I think my friends hate me because im handicapped

@bkwiatv1 (605)
United States
December 15, 2006 9:54am CST
Do you guys think its wrong that people hate me because im handicapped. What do you all think about having a handicapped friend.
5 responses
• United States
15 Dec 06
there is nothing wrong with being friends with somebody who is handicapped and if they hate you because of that then obviously they aint realy your friends
@bkwiatv1 (605)
• United States
15 Dec 06
they say they do it out of love but if u hear some of the hsit they say its obviouse theres somthing wrong.
@jox_485 (57)
• Philippines
22 Dec 06
Well, theyre not really your friends. A true friend would someone help each other. Why dont you ask them why they hate you? If so, Shame on them and find another friends, real / good friends dude!
• Canada
21 Dec 06
I grew up with many phisically challenged friends. I saw no problem being friends with them, I found it easier to get along with them since they were non-judgemental. I would get looks from others when I was with those friends, but I didn't care. The disabled face a lot of challenges and it's best that they have good friends to be there along the way.
@3Dlace (339)
• United States
21 Dec 06
I am handicapped myself. I have many handicapped friends. It is wrong for those to hate you just because you can't "be" like them. Our handicaps may become problems but they also are our blessings (who wants to be normal anyway xox)
• India
15 Dec 06
A Cripple - The future is a cripple
I think it is sad if people hate you for being handicapped. And if they do hate you, then they are hardly deserving of being called your friends. I don't think friendship is capable of hatred at all. Speaking for myself, friendship is a bonding of souls and physical ability or lack of it is completely irrelevant. To me no friend is handicapped, as long as he or she has me as a friend. Otherwise, my friendship is meaningless. Since I am a poet, I express myself best in verse. Here is a little piece I wrote...specially for you... A Cripple: Unable to move, frozen in eternity, it needs guidance. The gentle touch, to hold and take it, to its destiny. It depends entirely on you and I, for it's incapable of action on its own. Give careful thought to where you take it, for in its silence it will bring tomorrow. The future after all, is a cripple. (c) Tushar