I’m unapologetically disabled

A lot of the times people ask me Tylia, how did you learn to embrace your Cerebral Palsy?

My answer always remains the same: I’m just unapologetically disabled which means I’m not going to feel sorry for myself.

Yes, I do live with cerebral palsy but I don’t want a pity party or a sob story.

All I want is for people to understand how I live on a day-to-day basis and understand this one thing about me is that I’m unapologetically disabled.

I fully embrace life focusing on the abilities, not disabilities that can try to define who I am but won’t.

I take every obstacle as a lesson taught not something that hinders me and carries on with life.

I take every day with a smile despite all the obstacles and challenges,

cause I’m just unapologetically disabled,

This is my story my message,

which I take full control of,

as someone who is unapologetically disabled


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