“I sometimes feel as though my disability is a filter, revealing the true colors of those I meet and weeding out the ones who aren’t really there for me. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve developed gratitude for my disease’s ability to ward off unwanted guests. Unfortunately, people aren’t always easy to read, and I have to make the difficult decision of whether to keep them in my life.”
Leah discusses how she manages to keep her most loyal friends close to her and prioritize the healthy relationships in her life in order to keep her support system strong. Read more of her newest article by clicking here.
Do you have trouble establishing a healthy and strong support system? How do you prioritize the best relationships in your life during this pandemic?
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