Lessons I learned from three failed friendships

When you are in high school often times you think the people you hang out with every day are going to be your life-long friends. Unfortunately, that is not always the case and most of the people you hang out with in high school you will never see again after you graduate. From my high …

When your friends don’t believe your disability exists

  My last friendship did not end well because one of my friends did not understand my migraines and she thought they could be easily treated through medication.  Instead of asking me for more information about my disability she assumed Hydrocephalus wasn't a thing and called me psycho and accused me of making up a …

How to help a friend who is suffering from depression

When you are disabled it is not uncommon to suffer from depression but unfortunately, not everyone can afford therapy and sometimes we just have to learn how to cope with our depression. When your friends suffer from depression it can hard to watch because you want to help but you may not know how or …

Dating with a disability: What does the future hold?

This is a sponsored post that I was compensated for. I am sharing this with you because I felt it could benefit you in some way.  Conversations about the future are a feature of any budding relationship. They’re the best way to tell if you’re both on the same page. They’re also a fantastic judge …

How to move on when a long-lasting friendship falls apart

Have you ever been friends with someone for several years and then all of sudden it just falls apart?  Sometimes when this happens it can be very difficult to move on especially if you have been friends with someone for a significant about of time. When I had to end a friendship that lasted seven …

Do you struggle to find friends because of your disability?

When you are disabled it is harder to make friends than if you were abled. People with disabilities, are judged before you even have had a conversation with them. A lot of the time an abled person will see a wheelchair and judge that person. I will share with you some of my personal experiences …