Visual-motor perception difficulties
I had an unfortunate incident at the bus station yesterday and just have to tell someone. I cannot undo it and I can't take back what I said. I have Primary Sjogren's Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue and osteoarthritis. I use a stick for support and sit down wherever possible. I had to wait for 25 mins for bus home so I sat down in the bus station just next to where the bus pulls in. A queue began to form. When the bus arrived I stood and went to the head of the queue( I was actually there first as had just missed one). Usually people are kind and let me get on first. I don't mind waiting if I have to. Yesterday I was feeling particularly unwell and my brain fog was worse than usual. The woman at the head of the queue said to me ' I am before you' or something like that. For the first time I actually said 'I am disabled'. She replied 'How do you know I'm not'. I said I have been sitting waiting for a long time meaning I was here before you, which was true and got on the bus. She was right I think, I should not have said what I did and now I am beating myself up about it. However, she then went on to tell the rest of the queue that people like me should not take advantage, and they agreed!
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