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Everyone kept telling me I was“so brave.” Everyone kept telling me, “I don’t know what I would do if I were you. I would be scared if I couldn’t see.” These are all lovely compliments. The truth is I don’t know what I would do if I were you. If I had sight a lot more would be expected of me, because now I don’t have something to fight in a court case. I don't have a medical excuse as to why I didn't know there was a morning meeting, or why I can't work as many hours as required to keep my job. Bottom line, everyone has their cross to bare. The thing that I most want to tell you is this also underestimates your life challenges. I never thought about being brave as a part of being visually impaired. It used to embarrass and I'll admit, feel as though I was being mocked. When I got older it started making much more sense. Here is my spin on it. 
A lot of my struggle is knowing how to carry myself, how to respond to other people’s freak outs. I sometimes feel my disability …
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