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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

10 Signs It's Not A "Real" Disability!!!!! TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTH!

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JUNE IS NATIONAL SAFETY MONTH - SEE HOW YOU AND OTHERS CAN BE SAFE  SEE BELOW FOR LINKS AND INFO: 

Accidents are a leading cause of disabilities! 


What is a disability? 
10 Signs It's Not a "Real" Disability!!!!!  Of course, You KNOW!

TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTH!

  • Oh, he/she is faking it, I know.  Really?  Tell us about this ESP you possess.  When did you realize you were gifted this way?  
  • The doctor is faking it for him/her.  Hmmmmm. How strange that the person only required ONE doctor.  Most people need not just a doctor but a SPECIALIST and more than ONE.
  • He/she doesn't need that handicapped sticker.  See #1.  In order to GET a handicapped sticker you need to have not only the DOCTORS say you need it, but the town must approve it which is no easy feat. (See Oops, I Did It Again....)
  • If he can play golf with me, why can't he work.  How often does he play golf?  Could it be part of therapy?  You do realize, someone can walk off the golf course whenever they may need to, right. 
  • She hangs out at the pool all day BS'ng.  One of our many doctors just recommended aquatic therapy.  In our case, we only get a certain amount of visits, just like with physical therapy.  After that, the insurance cuts us off.  
  • Maybe someone is doing their therapy in the community pool.  Would you be happier if  handicapped people ignored everyone, never spoke to a soul. (See Who Am I?)
My legs wrapped
ONE OF THESE PEOPLE IS HANDICAPPED.
  • Have you suffered from anxiety, PTSD, bipolar, etc. or a combination of many mental issues? (See Snowstorm Anxiety When You Have Allergies, Asthma, Hashimotos, Cellulitis Issues)
  • You think it's all in their head or they brought it on themselves.  Very rarely is it all in their head.  Some things might be brought on by bad habits, agreed, but not everything. Then again, I doubt anyone leads a completely habit-free life. 
  • Have you ever in your life smoked, drank liquor (even occasionally), eaten cakes and cookies, gone on dangerous rides, done a dangerous activity, tried marijuana even just once, driven distracted, jaywalked, etc.  Are you the perfect weight?    
  • Ever taken a shortcut at anytime in your life?  I know someone who did when he was in college. He was attacked by a group, left for dead.  
  • He lived - permanently disabled!!
  • If you have never done anything that could cause illness or physical harm, let me know, I'll call Guinness - you need to be recognized!  
  • Sometimes doing something JUST ONCE is enough to cause a life-long disability.  But... but... it's YOUR FAULT, right - you "brought it on yourself" remember! 
  • He/she is just living off the system.  PFFFFT.  Newsflash, the system STINKS.  No one can LIVE off the system, you are lucky you can get by.  

If you think you KNOW, trust me, you DON'T.  They do say ignorance is bliss.  In some cases, ignorance is MEAN, misinformed, and completely wrong. (See That Doesn't LOOK Gluten Free)


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Injuries are a leading cause of disability for people of all ages – and they are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 44. The good news is everyone can get involved to help prevent injuries. Find Services near you.
This June, we encourage you to learn more about important safety issues like prescription painkiller abuse, transportation safety, and slips, trips, and falls.
  • Prescription painkiller abuse: Prescription painkiller overdoses are a growing problem in the United States, especially among women. About 18 women die every day from a prescription painkiller overdose – more than 4 times as many as back in 1999.
  • Transportation safety: Doing other activities while driving – like texting or eating – distracts you and increases your chance of crashing. Almost 1 in 5 crashes (17%) that injured someone involved distracted driving.
  • Slips, trips, and falls: One in 4 older adults falls each year. Many falls lead to broken bones and other health problems.
You can make a difference. Find out ways to help reduce the risk of these safety issues.
JUNE IS NATIONAL SAFETY MONTH - SEE HOW YOU AND OTHERS CAN BE SAFE

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