let me explain something

you would not tell someone with diabetes that they’re “just not trying hard enough” to regulate their sugar levels without insulin injections

you would not tell someone with asthma that they’re “just not trying hard enough” to breathe without their inhaler

so please don’t tell me that i’m “just not trying hard enough” when i am incapable of doing anything productive without the help of my medicine. when i can’t leave my bed all day or i can’t cook for myself or i can’t land a decent job or i can’t clean my room for two years. i need my medicine because that is how i function.

it is not an unfair advantage. it is not cheating. all my medicine does is level the playing field.

ok?

ok.

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