My name is Trisha Sprayberry from Aloha, Oregon. I am, a writer and an advocate for disability equality previously featured here in The Huffington Pos...
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At some point in time when we are in a conversation with someone who is disabled, we always come to the point that somebody will ask "What do you have?"
Sometimes the only way we are able to change our perspective is because our perspective is changed for us.
On the way home, I remind myself how all of this endless drug-taking and clinical prodding are my privileged choice, my elected First World problem. This thought is mature.
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