AM I ABNORMAL?

SHE IS NOT BLIND, she has visual impairment,

HE IS NOT SCHIZOPHRENIC, he has schizophrenia,

SHE IS NOT DEPRESSED, she has depression,

HE IS NOT AUTISTIC, he has autism,

SHE IS NOT DYSLEXIC, she has dyslexia,

HE IS NOT AGORAPHOBIC, he has agoraphobia,

SHE IS NOT INSOMNIAC, she has insomnia,

HE IS NOT DEAF, he has hearing impairment,

SHE IS NOT KLEPTOMANIAC, she has kleptomania,

HE IS NOT EPILEPTIC, he has epilepsy,

SHE IS NOT ABNORMAL, SHE HAS ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR,

I don’t know what truly defines us but I know an illness surely doesn’t! Cause, a person is much more than just the illness_We are more than just the illness🖤

PS: The comma after ‘behavior’ in the last sentence is not a typing error.

Priyal Agrawal