What’s Right for Me

For the longest time, I tried so hard to do the right thing by the people that surrounded me and conform to society. I did everything in power to fit in any situation I was in. As I got older though, I realised that being Ang was not always about blending in. It sometimes takes beautiful colours and textures to illustrate the difference in people. Today, I was given some health options. Some of these would take control away from me. I walked away pretty disheartened by this. After some reflection, I regained emotional strength and realised that I am important and that I need to do what’s right for me. Whether I have Cerebral Palsy or not, nobody has the right to me feel I don’t have control of what happens to me.

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