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Just Because

By Margie Harms

Just Because...

Just because a person is not in a wheelchair,
does not mean that they do not suffer from
a "chronic illness." Sometimes the opposite is
quite true.

Just because a person does not walk with a limp,
does not mean that they do not have a disability.
Again, just the opposite can be quite true.

Just because a person does not use some type of
appliance like a walker, cane, or crutch to assist
them in walking, does not mean that they are not
handicapped in some way.

Just because you cannot see or hear a physical or
cognitive problem in a person, does not mean that
person has no " ailment."

These folks are in as much a need for understanding,
patience, help, and love, as everyone else with outward
signs of disability. Why? Just because.

By Margie Harms a.k.a." Angel Mom "
Englewood, Co. Used with permission