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Education, Health, Law School

“Sorry, But That’s Impossible”: Accommodations in the Age of COVID-19

While I'm not going to promise that this will be my last COVID-related post, I do promise that I will change the subject after this week. I know it's been a lot for everybody both inside and outside of the disability community to hear about constantly, but it's important that we don't forget that people… Continue reading “Sorry, But That’s Impossible”: Accommodations in the Age of COVID-19

Abuse, Health, Personal

On Abuse and Not Deserving It

Imagine waking up to find yourself strapped down in bed, completely unable to move. You'll probably be unstrapped soon, but until then, do you go back to sleep? Can you go back to sleep? Should you even try? No, I'm not talking about Gerald’s Game (although the movie that just came out on Netflix is… Continue reading On Abuse and Not Deserving It

Health, Mental Health, Personal, Uncategorized

Mental Health Part One – A Long-Term Problem

This is the first in a multi-part series dealing with mental health issues and impact that mental illness has on disability. Once upon a time, and not that long ago at all, I woke up on a coldish spring morning and the first thought in my head was "I shouldn't be alive anymore." I was… Continue reading Mental Health Part One – A Long-Term Problem