Yes I have a disability
Yes I have a severe TBI
Yes I have limitations especially my voice
but I’ve learned how to overcome my deficiencies.
I’ve learned how to make myself stand out.
I’ve learned new ways of doing things more efficiently
Some people just don’t understand.
Yes it can get frustrating but I guess that is the price I have to pay for some equality.
Black lives matter.
Women need to be treated as fairly as men.
That same should hold true for those with disabilities! I am a strong believer in this.
Yes I know most people with similar injuries would not have come as far as I have.
Gaining skills and confidence in the military is something that very few people accomplish.
Only a small percentage will go get their Master’s Degree.
Even smaller will go after Forensic Accounting.
Did you know the first class I wanted to take after the accident was calculus?
Very few people would even think about getting behind the wheels again after it nearly killed them.
The CPA exam is tough but I am willing to endure the pain and struggle that comes with it
I am me and I do know that I am not normal.
I know a lot more than people think I do.
I can tell when something is wrong and I know it needs to be changed.
I don’t deserve to be told what to do when others are told the complete opposite.
I am as fair, as kind, as respectful just as you are.
Who are you?
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