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What Disability Pride Means When You Don't Feel Proud to Be Disabled

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It’s Disability Pride Month, and people with disabilities everywhere are celebrating life with their medical conditions and reflecting on the advocates who helped make the world more disability-friendly.

But amidst all of the disability pride flags and gratitude posts about life with a disability, it may be easy to feel disconnected from the disability community, especially if you aren’t proud to be disabled.

How can you commemorate Disability Pride Month when you’re struggling with your disability identity? Disability Pride Month can be hard for people with disabilities who feel frustrated with their conditions — and it’s natural to feel alone when you see people openly celebrating their disability identities.

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