Have you ever thought about what your life would be like if you were non-disabled?

This is honestly one of the most honest and difficult questions I have to answer. Before now, I had never had this question asked me directly, and when someone asked me this a while ago, I had to write about it. Hopefully, I can make a difference and put some perspective on this subject for younger people, especially young disabled people.

I have been disabled from birth. When my mother was giving birth to me, complications meant I had to stay in hospital for some time after. Eventually being diagnosed with cerebral palsy, a hair lip and cleft palet, then as time went on, I developed epilepsy, which my last seizure was roughly thirty-one years ago. Then as I learnt to talk, it was cle