Falling victim to disability is no fun at all, especially if you’ve acquired it after succumbing to illness or getting involved in an accident. Unlike most people, your movements are limited, and even the simplest tasks may require you to ask for extra help from someone you know. Being disabled may also make you more susceptible to depression. But you don’t have to wallow in self-pity. Below are some tips on how you can cope with life after a disability:
- Give yourself time to grieve over your disability.
No one in their right mind would ever want to be willingly disabled. Still, life might seem unfair to you, most especially if you have a disability that had changed your entire way of living as well as any plans that you originally had for your future.
- It’s only normal for you to initially harbor feelings of anger, sadness, disbelief, or