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Why No One Can See My Hardest Days With Cerebral Palsy

This may come as a shock, but virtually no one can see my “bad days” with cerebral palsy. They’re easy for me to hide, and I take advantage of that ease by concealing them whenever possible.

Many people expect challenging days with cerebral palsy to be somewhat visible — a more pronounced limp, an increased use of mobility aids, a casual remark about being in pain.

But while some people’s “struggle days” are apparent, my challenges seem to lurk below the surface, completely invisible to all but the most perceptive observers.

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