discrimination in favor of able bodied people. *tweets from Chronically Fab* #Spoonies #DisabledCommunity #disability #InvisibleIllness #ChronicIllness #ChronicLife #DisabilityDiversity
  1. Most people know about overt Abelism
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    But most believe they aren't guilty of such behavior or prejudice
  2. Thinking you always know when you're around someone w/ a disability is a sign that you need to educate yourself
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    #InvisibleIllness #Spoonies #MentalIllness
  3. The worst thing you can do to someone with an Invisible Disability is make them prove their disabled. Or disabled enough.
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  4. Good rule of thumb before asking a question or a making comment to a disabled person...
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    Would this be too personal to ask an abled person? Would an abled person be okay with me touching them or being in their space like this? Would I ever say something like this to an abled person?
  5. Stop judging every book by its cover. What you see is not what you get.
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    Even a person with visible disabilities can be afflicted with Invisible Disabilities as well. Don't assume you can see their story at a glance.