I have had a handicaped parking tag for my car for awhile. The problem is that I keep geting rude looks and coments for using a handicaped space. On the outside I look like a heathy 29 year old but the RA has really started to affect my knees and hips so it is very painful for me to walk. It has gotten even worse lately because the local paper did a story about some people using handicaped parking illeagaly. Has anyone else run into this. How do you deal with such rude people. Do I really have to tell the whole world I have RA. I am really kind of frustrated right now. Thanks for listening.
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