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Mental Illness Is a Disability, and That’s OK

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When I was younger, every time I heard the word “disabled,” I would picture someone who was in a wheelchair. When I became more involved in the disability community the definition of disabled changed.

I realized that the word “disabled” incorporated many conditions that were visible and invisible. Today I want to go further than just invisible physical disabilities.

I’ve noticed that not many people talk about mental illnesses becoming a disability. Mental illnesses are considered invisible.

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