How do I make a difference?


How do I make a difference? I make a difference by speaking out about my disability and sharing my experiences living with down syndrome and how I got where I am here today. I love to help and advocate on my behalf in the Down syndrome community. I volunteered with two different organizations that help educate people about what it is like to live with a disability and how we contribute to the community. I love to make a difference in the world and it breaks my heart that this society right now is not seeing people with a disability being a part of this society.

I want to go all over the world to speak and advocate being not normal and everyone can speak up, share experiences, grow, and learn that being not normal is the best part of living in this world. This is one of my motivations to grow as a human being to make my mark on this world.

Sharing my story with living with Down Syndrome is my superpower. I grew up in a family of loud talking and not giving up even when things are going tough. I love where I am today and I am not done spreading the word not normal.


2 responses to “How do I make a difference?”

  1. I don’t even think about Down syndrome. I’m just a customer for the blog. I bet I could write a book on what it’s like to live with Down syndrome without ever appearing to have Down syndrome just because my biology is variable at daily activity. Hollywood made an entire show about taking simple tasks and making them more difficult (squid game) so I don’t think the concept/ratio is some secret. Imagine having the entire fbi on your back asking you to explain yourself or they won’t do their job. It’s extortion.

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