Hi, I'm a 27 y/o female and have always done well at overcoming my physical limitations but never really accepted that i have CP. I know that sound silly but i think it was so ingrained in me to advocate for myself that i almost went too far. i advocated to fit in with the rest of the kids so much that i forgot i was different. I did not want to identify with people with disabilities. now i realize a lot of my self image issues stem from me-not others- accepting who i am. Has anyone struggled with this and do you have any tips for accepting your disability? sorry to make my first post so in-depth
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