With fear of disability, you deny yourself access to us. You see differences in appearance, behavior, movement, or ability. Someone you can’t really identify has led you to believe these are imperfections, not just differences. You trust this feeling. You have no confidence in imperfection. You fear imperfection. You avoid imperfection.
Deep inside, though, you care. You offer help because you care, but you keep a good distance because you don’t trust imperfection. You fear it.