Stuff like having depression, migraines, asthma, anxiety shouldn't be considered disabilities. I'm sick of the victim complex on places like Reddit because they believe because the government says they're disabilities, that means they're disabled. I had asthma as a baby-mid childhood and it was awful. I never ever thought of it as a disability, nor do I think having anxiety or depression is a disability. I don't have migraines, but bad headaches, and it's not a disability. As somebody who's actually has real disabilities, it infuriates me that there's people out there that want to claim they have a legitimate disability. If people that have downs syndrome, level two autism, and intellectual disabilities are able to work, you'd think they should be able to do so. I have ADD and level one autism and I have a job. I never ever applied for ssi or ssdi in my entire life. I also hate when people with bipolar or depression claim they're neurodivergent. Like lol no you're not. Neurodiverse people are autistic people, people with intellectual disability and add/adhd. Not anxiety or depression. Also the fact they claim something to do with their disease or disorder is ableism piss me off too. It's not ableist if it's not a genuine disability. Even though PTSD and Cancer isn't technically a disability in a sense, I can understand somebody being on disability or saying they're disabled with those. I've heard terrible stories from people with those things.