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Learning to Love and Accept Myself, Wheelchair and All

Growing Up Chronically Ill

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I am an ambulatory wheelchair user. Which is a fancy way of saying I am able to walk, but I rely on my wheelchair at times.

At age 9, after years of unexplained pain and symptoms, I was diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and some co-morbidities that are unique to me but are pretty common for…

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Riley Benfell

Riley Benfell

Huge Book-nerd, D&D geek and lover of Creepy and weird things. I love to write Dystopian, Fantasy, Adventure and some poetry.

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