It’s easy for other people to doubt us when we say we have an invisible disability, after all they can’t see it and they either know nothing about the disability or what they do know is so stereotypical that it doesn’t match what they know of you. It still hurts when they say we are […]


I shouldn’t have to do this. He shouldn’t be behaving like this. We shouldn’t have to put up with her acting like this. You shouldn’t put up with that behaviour. I shouldn’t have to live like this. He should act his age. She should know better. Should. People seem to assume that should equals must. […]