Yeah was hoping for lots of input but didnt get it.
Heres the crux of this.
You're ill/ disabled/ cronically affected.. And expected to take part in society.
But people dont , even though say they do, quite understand how you feel. Or what you need. because they assume.
Instances are: Me. recovering from a bad injury, having to wobble, walking, sitting down on a wall yet being shouted out "he's pissed"
Another example is Tanni Grey Thompson where she was offered across the road WHEN SHE DIDNT WANT TO CROSS THE ROAD at all. And the person continued with no attribution to the persons feelings or desires to try and push across the road?
How much do people ignore the wishes of sick/ disabled people and assume they know better? . I thought I'd blog that with loads of input. as example to show that people dont think enough?
The blog is bland.
Theres no other examples because i asked a question 14 hrs before writing this and no input was given. My intent was this to be a crowdsourced experiences blog . no one wanted to tell me or others the struggles from their own point of view, Of They know they are sick/disabled and the lack of understanding they experienced in the last week .
Comments are open and this is a widely shared blog.