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How would feel and treat a mentally disabled brother or sister
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I would always laugh at them and make fun of how they are always drooling and pissing on themselves
Posted 3/28/10
I would treat them like a non-disabled Bro or Sister including being mean which is what I do to my sibling

what? Nobody likes being treated differently.
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I would treat him/her normally...
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Oldthrashbar wrote:

You beat me to it, I would ignore them. If I have a mentally disabled sibling, thats my parents problem. But if it were my niece or nephew, or my son or daughter. I would do everything I could to make them feel loved. Being siblings is always about being able to talk and love eachother, if your sibling cant talk with you then you can't love them. There no such thing as loving someone you cant communicate with. Unless its a baby.

Everything I just said made me sound like a dickhead, enjoy being mad at me.


A mentally disabled person to you seems like a vegetable. And I think your mentally disabled. How f***ing messed up are you in the head. You must be some miopic arrogant prick in real life, to select love for a niece and nephew who's disabled and completely ignore your own disabled sibling. What the F****? Dude what kind of logic made you come up with that (If you can't connect or communicate with your niece/nephew or child you'd still show them love and make them feel significant and then on the other hand reject your own sibling on the flimsy idea that no connection can be made with them)? I'm sorry to be so brash but I'm genuinely at a loss with your well thought out statement (I'm being sarcastic about the well thought out part, I hope you got that).
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i'd probably feel alot of pressure trying to care for my mentally disabled brother/sister but nevertheless treat them like normal
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AdamIdris101 wrote:


Oldthrashbar wrote:

You beat me to it, I would ignore them. If I have a mentally disabled sibling, thats my parents problem. But if it were my niece or nephew, or my son or daughter. I would do everything I could to make them feel loved. Being siblings is always about being able to talk and love eachother, if your sibling cant talk with you then you can't love them. There no such thing as loving someone you cant communicate with. Unless its a baby.

Everything I just said made me sound like a dickhead, enjoy being mad at me.


A mentally disabled person to you seems like a vegetable. And I think your mentally disabled. How f***ing messed up are you in the head. You must be some miopic arrogant prick in real life, to select love for a niece and nephew who's disabled and completely ignore your own disabled sibling. What the F****? Dude what kind of logic made you come up with that (If you can't connect or communicate with your niece/nephew or child you'd still show them love and make them feel significant and then on the other hand reject your own sibling on the flimsy idea that no connection can be made with them)? I'm sorry to be so brash but I'm genuinely at a loss with your well thought out statement (I'm being sarcastic about the well thought out part, I hope you got that).


Because I see my niece and nephew as my children, not my siblings. And I care for them more than I do my real siblings. Its only natural I wouldn't care for a mentally ill brother or sister who can not communicate with me.

And haha, nice insults.
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I still reckon it's unfair and disdainful to ignore a disabled sibling for lack of connection and socialization when ones handicapped nieces/nephews and children have the exact same issue with communication and closeness. Why? Why should they get all the attention and your own sibling who is one and the same, just like a child be ignored and made to feel unrecognized by their own bro (FYI a sibling has much closer bonds than a nephew whether you like it or not). That is so senseless and sub zero dude. Brrr.
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Pray for them, that is my only solution that can truly help them. if i care for them, i would do anything i can to help them, and that is the best way.
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AdamIdris101 wrote:



I still reckon it's unfair and disdainful to ignore a disabled sibling for lack of connection and socialization when ones handicapped nieces/nephews and children have the exact same issue with communication and closeness. Why? Why should they get all the attention and your own sibling who is one and the same, just like a child be ignored and made to feel unrecognized by their own bro (FYI a sibling has much closer bonds than a nephew whether you like it or not). That is so senseless and sub zero dude. Brrr.


Maybe for you, and for give me that "FYI" shit. I have 2 brothers and a sister. And I still care more for my niece and nephew's than I do my siblings. Because I raised them. Thats a whole lot fucking different than being raised WITH someone.
Posted 3/28/10
I'll probably threat the same way I threat everyone else, though I also pay more attention to their needs.
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Play games with them cause I know I would win... jk ...
I would treat him/her normally and help him/her if he/she's having a hard time doing something.
Posted 3/28/10
I'll love them & treat them like they're suppose to be treated: like a human being
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I'd just treat him as a friend and normal brother.
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Posted 3/28/10
treat them the same....
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woh..im surprised...treat them normally?
it's like you can actually do that
if i have a sis/bro with disabilities and etc..
In general, i'd accept the fact that he/she cant get any normal, but that i can only support him/her for whatever simple things he/she can achieve (not what ought to be achieved).
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