Push through it, push through the emotional pain. I pushed through the pain of not knowing about my disability, or what that even meant, how it played out day to day. I pushed through the pain of not being able to talk about it in the early days.
It’s easy to ignore what we don’t know about, we don’t know so we don’t have to think about it right? Not true, because we will always have to deal with what is meant for us, even if it’s not obvious in the beginning.
But no matter what we deal with, we must push through the pain, we must come through the other end. We may often have no choice and that’s the reason we must push through.
Not knowing about my disability made pushing through hard, but I never gave in. I was aware I was dealing with something, I needed to push through something, but didn’t know what.
Now the world is fighting a pandemic we must all individually and collectively work together to push through it. There must be support, we must all want and work to the same end, so we limit its damage and continue to do ‘what’s right.’ Where we’re not doing that there will be discord and harmony, we will struggle and the virus will continue to grow.
Push through it means challenges must be addressed, and attitudes must change. It also means a changed life through the other end and us becoming better people, but for that to happen, we must address what we have and continue to work together.