Too often, we people with disabilities spend a lifetime persuading people who need convincing. We assume the moral correctness of what we seek because we want more for our lives than what the “experts” are willing to give. But more often than not, they degrade and stereotype those who could make it successfully in society. This impact and emotional detachment encourages experts to look down on those who have capable achievement. The facts are there, but it is necessary to go a step further. Otherwise, we will be couch potatoes for the rest of our lives. What is required is a journey inside the mind of those on the surface who seem uncaring and uninterested.