Revealing an inadequacy, physical or spiritual, in order to give adequate help
Someone who’s disabled when they’re not in real life can represent a feeling or fear of that person experiencing a challenge in their life.
Pay attention to the type of disability and any type of supportive equipment the person is using.
For example, the inability to walk might represent your feeling that the person is having trouble making progress in their life.
A mental disability might represent your feeling that the person isn’t thinking clearly or is affected mentally somehow (such as by a mood, alcohol, etc.).
See also the specific type of disability.
See also: Injured; Illness; Broken Object