Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

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Talli Osborne “My disability, it is pretty extreme to the outside person.” “I’ve applied for so many different roles. And the roles – they’re not simple roles; they’re usually pretty complex roles” “But in my mind, I would never apply for something I couldn’t do 100 percent.” “Don’t judge a book by its cover. You look at me and people wouldn’t believe the things I can do, but somebody else like me may not be able to do those things either.” “So just because I can do it doesn’t mean somebody else can, or just because that person can’t doesn’t mean I can’t either.” “You have to just take every situation as an individual situation and not judge it, not compare it to another situation. Everyone’s different. Government of Ontario logo

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