3 Stages Of Understanding One’s Own Invisible Disability

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3 Stages Of Understanding One’s Own Invisible Disability It is not always easy for someone with an invisible disability (ADHD, Autistic Spectrum, Learning Disabilities, & so forth) to understand that we have an Invisible Disability. If you are a parent it is tempting to force movement from one stage to The stages are 1. Not being able to understand that we have a disability. This not mean we don’t have a diagnosis. It means that despite having struggles we can’t conceive the idea that we have a disability. 2. Denail/Defense. This is the stage where we understand we have a disability, but remember a very hurtful past, or in some cases might be going through a very low. 3. Is acceptance of the fact that we have a disability and the help and support being offered. There is also the disappointment that that help and support would have never been useful.

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A little bit of everything, Sports mostly Boxing, Cosplay Conventions, Travel, My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience, & a Vlog! I have a passion for photographing and videoing people who are active and creative. I am also an avid selfie taker. Something I have been doing before selfie was a word. I vlog about my experience dealing with Autistic Spectrum Issues, Boxing, and am planing on starting a personal daily or almost daily vlog.

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