You don’t own me

If I was to stand infront of you, there wouldn’t be a shadow of a doubt I was any different to you.

With so many various types of silent disabilities, could you tell by looking at somebody from the outside that they are suffering?

The answer is always no.

I have an unseen and silent disability. Epilepsy is part of my life, although you cannot physically see it, it is there.

The effects may not always be apparent but there are certain aspects of my lifestyle that are subject to the struggle on a daily basis.

I guess what I’m trying to say is, perception can be deceiving. Don’t judge a book by its cover, there is always more to the story.

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