Having MS – an invisible disease part of the time for me – makes it hard to know when or how to tell people, especially new people and dates.”Stigma is often so subtle that people don’t always realize when they are perpetuating inaccurate assumptions about minority groups, including people living with disabilities.
When you live with a disease or disability, dealing with inaccurate assumptions about who you are is (sadly) part of daily life.
A better method: use a good—but realistic—photo of yourself; you’ll temper expectations and up your odds of a good first in-person interaction.
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