fatart:

lieutenantcookies:

This is my neighbor. Our kids go to the same school. Please reblog and keep your eyes open. Any and all info is welcome. email jhunter@pd.sandiego.gov

hey- Fat Art creator Karen here. I have a real and personal connection to this woman and her community and girls are very worried about her. If you have seen her or know anything that might help- email the contact above. Otherwise, I apologize for interrupting your regularly scheduled fat art but please reblog!!

fatart:

lieutenantcookies:

This is my neighbor. Our kids go to the same school. Please reblog and keep your eyes open. Any and all info is welcome. email jhunter@pd.sandiego.gov

hey- Fat Art creator Karen here. I have a real and personal connection to this woman and her community and girls are very worried about her. If you have seen her or know anything that might help- email the contact above. Otherwise, I apologize for interrupting your regularly scheduled fat art but please reblog!!

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All disabled people experience disability as social restriction, whether those restrictions occur as a consequence of inaccessible built environments, questionable notions of intelligence and social competence, the inability of the general population to use sign language, the lack of reading material in Braille, or hostile public attitudes to people with non-visible disabilities.
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quietdharma:

From the “Spoon Shortage” Facebook page

quietdharma:

From the “Spoon Shortage” Facebook page

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clannyphantom:

"maybe you wouldnt be so tired if you went to bed earl-"

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things like this make it harder and harder on people with REAL chronic pain to manage it and make it less likely for doctors to prescribe medicine that works to control it. When I have to go in once a month to get a new prescription for something I am taking away that time with the doctor from you. So even if you don’t have chronic pain- this makes it harder for you to see your doctor since I am going to be taking up 5 additional appointments for ever 1 I was going to originally.

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