Mom’s Open Letter To Handicap Parking Shamer Reminds Us That ‘Ghost Illnesses’ Deserve Respect

From the article:

Harley Jo Skorpenske, who has Lupus, found this note on her car windshield in a CVS parking lot.

One Ohio State University student’s quick trip to a Cleveland, Ohio, CVS prompted her outraged mother to post an open letter on Facebook appealing for people to understand that just because an illness isn’t visible doesn’t mean it’s not there.

Though the incident is awful it also has a positive side. Just because you can’t see a person’s disability doesn’t mean they don’t have one. And maybe that will make “some” people a little more compassionate and no so quick to judge.

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Posted April 15, 2015 by Sue Says in category In the News

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