if you had a handicapped brother would u shy

Jordan
September 2, 2006 1:11pm CST
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12 responses
@y2ksuprio (850)
• India
5 Sep 06
i would not shy having a handipcaped broter or sister,it is my fate so why to shy?is it will be very helpfull to me if i shy?? the answer is simply no.
@krishna183 (2286)
• India
5 Sep 06
no definitely not .. im saying this because i myself was in a way handicapped for a while though no one had ever told me about it .. no one ever made me feel it .. and now im perfectly alright .. making a person concious of his handicap is the same as making him handicapped urself
@rainbow (6763)
5 Sep 06
Every living breathing person is special. Everyone has thoughts and feelings choose how difficult they are to understand. For some people the words may sound the same but the meaning in hidden from them. Some people have perfect understanding and are trapped in their body. We all have strengths and weaknesses, think how you would feel if someone saw your weakness first and judged you. We are all special only some of us are gifted ith being more special. Do not turn away from what you do not understand.
@fritz27 (1137)
• United States
2 Sep 06
i work in a special needs class room.some of them are the most severely handicapped students. when i first got this job, the kids scared me. i was never around anyone with special needs, but after 9 years with these people. well........they are now a part of me. they have given me such warmth and love, it's unbelievable. we do have some that are " stinkers "! but, i wouldn't trade anyone of them for the world.
@missyann73 (1457)
• United States
2 Sep 06
First of all I would never be rude or shy to a handicapped person. It could be me, instead of them. There is enough "Making Fun Of" that went on in high school 30 years ago, and believe it or not, it still affects me. I have a brother who is 44 years old with a speech impairment, and to this day if I hear a smart remark from someone, I say something. People should stop and think before they speak.
@Laikan (123)
• Japan
2 Sep 06
http://www.lifewithoutlimbs.org/ Read that site. It will help you alot. ^.^
@swolecat (1278)
• United States
2 Sep 06
I would just play my game and be the same
@Laikan (123)
• Japan
2 Sep 06
I really do mind having him/her. WHy should I be? We are all human beings. Its MY BLOOD RELATED BROTHER/SISTER. Even if I do have a friend like that, Why should i mind? I am not that cruel. Everyone of us are special in God's eye. And we should all be thankful for that.
@bhchy1 (6052)
• United States
2 Sep 06
I have a developmentally disable child... I am not shy nor do I hide her from view,,she is as your brother is..a human being, the deserve respect and they have a lot to offer if given the chance!
@ccoriel (571)
• Philippines
2 Sep 06
i would not shy having him/her in the family but rather be thankful having him/her. he/she is not normal meaning he/she is special. God gave him/her to us for a purpose, and He only knows His purpose, but thats for sure a good purpose.
• United States
2 Sep 06
Why would you. Whether or not he has a handicap or not he is still your brother and you should be proud of him no matter what.
• United States
2 Sep 06
No. My ex-brother-in-law was developmentally disabled and he was one of my favorite people. He could only say a few words but he was very strong and had perfect rhythm. Bought him some drum sticks and we'd play for hours.