Lexica (lexica510) wrote,

From current reading

"One thing that's really challenging about living with an invisible disability is always having to say the hard thing out loud, whether that's asking for help, explaining why you cannot or will not do something, explaining your unique thinking process, or something else that is unexpected."
— Hope Langner, "ADD: An Invisible Disability" in ADDvance, July-August 2000
quoted in Journeys through ADDulthood by Sari Solden
Tags: mental health, quotations

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