Reveca Torres ReframedI have never considered myself to be a disruptive person. The word makes me think of an unruly child in a classroom (I was always too scared to misbehave in school) or someone causing a scene in public (I try my best not to call more attention to myself).

One day a few years ago I was called disruptive.

I smiled and welcomed the adjective as one I wanted to add to my identity. Every so often, I think of the word and examine what I am doing to live up to it.

It has become clear to me that we people with disabilities are disruptive by just being. Simply na