TONGA YOUTH REAL TALK
My disability makes it difficult for me to walk. Both my legs ache a lot when I go out walking for a long time.
But I've never let it hold me back or make me sad.
I don't worry about what other people say. They are not going to look after me.
My mother is my biggest supporter. She is only able to work three days a week and the truth is, what she makes isn't enough to support our family.
My parents divorced so I live only with my mother and younger sister .
Some days my mother and younger sister would go hungry but mother would always make sure that I had food.
It's hard when I see that happen. It makes me want to get up and be able to do more for my family.
I sometimes wonder why? Why does my mother look after me so well? Why do I get treated better?
My mother would tell me that she believes I'll be the one who would be able to lift up our family.
Me, the daughter with a disability.
Thank you for believing in me, I want to make you proud.
8/2/2017 02:18:36 am
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