I have to admit that I like Dave Ramsey's response when people give him that line. He asks them "what is the nature of your disability?" and makes them specify why they can't work (or what types of jobs they can't do). While I can believe that some people have conditions that make holding down a regular job difficult to impossible, that doesn't mean they are incapable of doing anything productive and contributing.
And in a world that has included disabled people of the success levels of FDR, Stephen Hawking, Joni Erickson Tada, (and others that I didn't know off the top of my head but google lead me here if you need more inspiration https://www.disabilityfriendlylv.com/15-inspiring-famous-people-disabilities/
), well challenges are not automatically limitations. Bottom line is the life you've been given is one that includes your disabilities; it's your choice if you want to spend it mourning the fact that you can't easily do all the things many other people can easily do or spend it finding things you can and do enjoy and enjoying them to the full. The choice is yours, but I'll just let you know that most women find the second one much much more attractive than the first.