"If you want to take the measure of a society, just look at how they treat their most vulnerable members. The Bengals fail this simple litmus test. They lose nothing by accommodating those with invisible disabilities with dignity and respect. By attempting to bar them from using the elevators or attempting to intimidate them out of asking to use the elevators at Paul Brown Stadium, they are breaking the law."
Originally shared on TYHT, with this reblogged post, you’ll be prepared to advocate for your health while keeping your current position or finding a better career that fits your needs.
The Invisible Cities Linkup designed by Sheryl Chan lets bloggers share the pros and cons of living in their locale with chronic illness and it's truly inspired. Learn more, now.
Toot Your Horn Tuesday is a place where any blogger who either has a disability or writes on topics of health and wellness for people with chronic conditions can come and share their best article each month with the Zebra Pit Community. Ideally it would be something that might interest and enrich our readers; Have … Continue reading Toot Your Horn Tuesday – September Edition
Talking about dealing with PTSD relapses due to dysautonomia, mast cell activation disorder and other aspects of chronic illness that act as triggers.