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    Re: Learning difficulties

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    Ohh, you shouldn’t have said that Em, I’m gonna be up all night thinking of what mine will say one day...

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    Re: Learning difficulties

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    Admins can also change what it says too

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    Re: Learning difficulties

    Quote Originally Posted by AntsyVee View Post
    Ohh, you shouldn’t have said that Em, I’m gonna be up all night thinking of what mine will say one day...

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    It's okay, Em. If I don't take over the world and change it myself, you can do it for my birthday
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    Re: Learning difficulties

    Quote Originally Posted by venusbluejeans View Post
    It just means you have posted over a certain amount of posts

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    Re: Learning difficulties

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    It's okay, Em. If I don't take over the world and change it myself, you can do it for my birthday
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    Re: Learning difficulties

    Quote Originally Posted by pulisa View Post
    Both my adult children have ASD and live at home. I'm so sorry your Dad doesn't understand how to make things less challenging for you..It's his failure to comprehend and learn not yours. I suspect that he is out of his depth and floundering..hence his behaviours. No excuses for him but it happens..sadly for you.

    You seem to have made a great life for yourself and your cats. I'd be very proud of yourself. Kindness is a rare quality these days and you have it in bucketloads! Don't underestimate your qualities? Just because you don't quite fit into the category of the "neuronormal" it doesn't make you any less of a human being..Quite the opposite I would say. We are all different anyway but you deserve extra credit for having to deal with hassle yet still having the strength to fight your cause xx
    Not sure whether kindness is actually rarer these days or more to do with the fact that the media mostly tend to revel in the not-so-good aspects of life today.

    I think people with learning disabilities have pretty much always been fair game for prejudice, abuse and ill-treatment. Remember in the past, we were often imprisoned in institutions (especially before the 90s), cast out of mainstream society and considered worthless. A few years back there was an article on the BBC News website about historical abuse that occurred at a state-run residential school in Suffolk that operated between 1974 and 2000, whose pupils were routinely ill-treated by violent, sadistic staff members, and this was still even going on well into the 90s, by which time corporal punishment (in state schools) was officially consigned to history. Very 'Winterbourne View'-
    esque, in terms of brutal, sadistic treatments, but for children between 8 and 16 years of age.

    It does seem that a lot of local authorities some years back had a habit of employing unscrupulous 'chancers' to work in such establishments, which would (and most definitely should) be totally unthinkable nowadays.

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