It’s not kind words. You’re incorrect about “not being good at life”.
To live you need to breath and have a heart beat. Good. A brain stem? Yes. Functioning brain? Yes. Nervous system, organs and body parts? I’ll assume enough work to make you ambulatory.
You mentioned having a son. That’s awesome. Is there caretaking involved?
Our communications. Back – oh almost 30 years now – I volunteered full time at a cerebral palsy center working with kids at various types and levels of severe disability, physical, emotional and intellectual. It was a full time school from 3-21 years old.
A lot of what I did was helping with communication devices and teaching them to use their bodies the best they could in order to communicate with the outside world.
We all have limitations. Success includes an awareness of your own natural physical/intellectual/emotional limitations.
Some all humans share. Some will put you into various classifications. Some are just you and you alone – and the combination of all that is you and you alone.
You are going to run into walls and some walls are not yours to climb. Someone else can climb those walls instead or maybe no one will climb those walls. But some walls are yours to climb.