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Would you be sad or happy if you were retarded?

Author : Androu

Submitted : 2018-02-26 07:11:13    Popularity:     

Tags: sad  happy  retarded  

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Would be taught to be happy because there are millions of people who can be classified as retarded but they are also faster in other ways that may not be recognized in worldly standards. I am happy to be me as I am.but when . When you phras it would you be it brings up endless scenarios in which the potential could occur that a person was high functioning and yet without the therapy needed to be happy and they do not pray for have faith to help either they do not ask for prayer instead try to fit in with devil cults and they make friends with pot head destructive juggalos who hates other races and supposed posers. Other words they judge and condemn people based on false accusations,due to their brain function being OFF instead of Jesus then they cry why can't i get a place to work and gf

People with disabilities have the same feelings and emotions that neurotypical people do. They want to have happy, fulfilling lives, perhaps what would make their life happy and fulfilling is different, but no left important. Trivializing their feelings as simply "happy" or "sad" isn't giving the proper credit to a person with disabilities. They have the same range of emotions as everyone else does, and deserve to be treated with respect and kindness. We all should try our best to treat all people this way always.

I would be very sad because growing up in elementary school and middle school I would see all the kids happy and normal. Having kid conversations and telling jokes and having people really laugh so loud and u getting that self satisfaction for making others happy. Instead my confidence would be broken and people would stray away from me because I am an outlier nowhere near from normal.

Neither, I hate life as it is so it doesn't matter what I am, it'll never make a difference.

If we have learned anything from the book "Flowers for Algernon", it's that mentally disabled people become depressed if they undergo an operation to increase their intelligence. And also, it's sad as hell when mice die.

Only an idiot like you gets amused by asking the same stupid thing over and over.

I'd love to smash your stupid f*cking skull in, you ignorant piece of sh*t

hehe...these repeat questions do so very much make me happy inside.



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