I have mild intellectual disabilities, but my experience with them has not been as bad as some others have described.
In fact, I think that I am not at all mentally impaired at all, and the last thing I want to do is to feel that I have to spend more time and effort to prove that I do not have a mental disability.
If I want a job, I am going to be hired.
I can be hired at any time of the day.
I am never fired.
I have never had a case of a person who has a mental illness.
There is not a single case where I have ever been fired.
In the past, I have had a person call me and say, “We are going to sue you because you are not mentally competent to do this job.”
And I have been told, “Well, you are mentally impaired and you are going on a shopping spree and we are going get you fired.”
I am absolutely not mentally impaired.
I think it is a very rare thing that someone with mild intellectual impairment can actually be fired.
And it would be quite easy for me to get hired by any company that wanted to hire me, if I really had a mental impairment.
I mean, I can walk down the street and be picked up by the police, so if someone really wanted to employ me, I would have to be able to walk down any street and get hired.
The reality is that I would probably have to walk to the other side of town and be hired, but I am very, very rare.
And in many cases, if someone had a severe mental illness, it was much more difficult to get a job.
But I am in good company.
There are a lot of people who have mild or moderate intellectual disabilities.
It is not that I’m not capable of being a person of high intelligence.
I just am not.
And so, it is hard to be a person that is a person, who is intellectually capable.
But if someone with a severe intellectual disability has a mild intellectual impairments, then they are not just a person with mild mental disabilities.
So, it would take a lot more effort, a lot less time, a little less money, to get into a position that someone else would be able get hired for.
So I think, overall, I do think that this is a good thing.
And the reason why it is not as bad is because there are so many different people with mild and moderate intellectual impairements.
There may be one person that has mild intellectual difficulties and they are very hard to get jobs in the financial world, for example.
So if someone has mild mental impairment and they have a milder intellectual disability and they can’t get a position in a financial industry, that is probably a much harder situation.
It does make sense for me, and I am so grateful to have this job, because I am getting the opportunity to be with people that I love and that I really care about.
And I think in general, if there is someone that is in a position of great power and privilege and power, then it makes sense to have that person who is not in that position with the intent of harming them.
But it also makes sense if someone who is mentally impaired is not capable and that is just the case with mild impairments.
But as for me personally, if the world is going to continue to allow this kind of thing to happen, I don’t want to be part of it.
Thank you very much.
This is part of the Huffington Post’s ongoing coverage of the debate over the term intellectual disability.
The full text of this interview can be read here.