ABILITY IN DISABILITY BOTH BAD OR GOOD TIMES

Ability in disability
Ability in disability
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Adjusting to life with a disability can be a difficult transition. We all tend to take our health for granted—until it’s gone. Then, it’s all too easy to obsess over what we’ve lost. But while you can’t go back in time to a healthier you or wish away your limitations, you can change the way you think about and cope with your disability. You are still in control of your life and there are many ways to improve your independence, sense of empowerment, and outlook. No matter your disability, it’s entirely possible to overcome the challenges you face and enjoy a full—and fulfilling—life.

Most of us expect to live long, healthy lives. So, when you’re hit by a disabling illness or injury, it can trigger a range of unsettling emotions and fears. You may wonder how you’ll be able to work, find or keep a relationship, or even be happy again. But while living with a disability isn’t easy, it doesn’t have to be a tragedy. And you are not alone. Millions of people have traveled this road before you (the CDC estimates that 1 in 4 Americans lives with a disability) and found ways to not just survive, but thrive. You can, too It can be incredibly difficult to accept your disability. Acceptance can feel like giving in—throwing in the towel on life and your future. But refusing to accept the reality of your limitations keeps you stuck. It prevents you from moving forward, making the changes you need to make, and finding new goals.

Depression: l’art de la violence

Don’t dwell on what you can no longer do. Spending lots of time thinking about the things your disability has taken from you is a surefire recipe for depression. Mourn the losses, then move on. Focus on what you can do and what you hope to do in the future. This gives you something to look forward to.

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Learn as much as possible about your disability

Learn as much as possible about your disability. While obsessing over negative medical information is counterproductive, it’s important to understand what you’re facing. What’s your diagnosis? What is the typical progression or common complications? Knowing what’s going on with your body and what to expect will help you prepare yourself and adjust more quickly.

Disability: The cause of violence

Stigma, prejudice, and discrimination: Within society, these attitudes may come from people’s ideas related to disability—People may see disability as a personal tragedy, as something that needs to be cured or prevented, as a punishment for wrongdoing, or as an indication of the lack of ability to behave as expected in society.

Every bad situation turns to a good one at the end. It’s a matter of time.

 

Make something good out of that disability.

 

Those things you think is impossible give it a trial, never stop trying.

 

Be a deep thinker, think of a solution to every problem.

 

Make that struggle your motivation.

 

What doesn’t kill one makes one stronger.

 

Don’t let any obstacle stop you from achieving that goal and dream.

 

Be observant, there’s no problem without a solution.

 

Think beyond.

 

Make good of any given opportunity.

 

That problem, difficulty you’re facing won’t last forever. Don’t give up.

 

DjMondo

DjMondo

Alaile Monday Oluwaseyi, professionally known as DJMondo, is a Nigerian record producer, disc jockey, graphics designer, pianist, and songwriter.

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