How NOT to Raise a Child with a Disability

There are so many people out there that could definitely use this. I wish so many could read this and realize what a special child (or what special children) are in their lives and just focus on that instead of the negativity. How horrible would it be to just accept someone for who they are? Why bully or make fun of them? How does that teach anyone good habits and morals?

I applaud the woman who wrote this because she is amazing and a source of inspiration to me. Please keep sharing this and maybe this article will be able to help someone else as well.

Raising 5 Kids With Disabilities and Remaining Sane Blog


When your child is a toddler, focus on all the things he can’t do. He’s not walking as soon as other children. He’s not talking as good as other children. It is embarrassing to take him out in public because everyone comments on his looks. Blame your spouse for his disability. Or, equally worse, blame God. Whey has He forsaken you? Why has He saddled you with this tremendous burden? Spend your child’s infant and toddler years lamenting the sadness, disappointment and loss.

As your child gets older and goes to school, always blame the teacher or the principal if he can’t do something. After all, it MUST be their fault. They are discriminating against your child if they try to make him behave or actually complete his school project. He has a disability! Doesn’t that come with the right not to have to do homework or obey the class…

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