posted on May, 5 2015 @ 12:54 AM
I don't really know why I'm throwing this into the mix....masochism, maybe.
I used the term "disabled" because he is socially impaired in some aspects.
He's extremely gifted in other areas - with mathematics, in particular.
Just because someone is lacking in one arena doesn't mean they cannot excel in another.
I meant no offense....but in today's day and age some will find fault in anything
For the record, I have schizoaffective bi-polar and I am not offended by my "disability". I've lived with it for well over twenty years now and have
moved on beyond labels and being offended over minutia.
Having a disability is not something one should be ashamed of.
It's apt terminology. Ever since my condition surfaced I cannot perform several tasks effectively like I used to. I have severe limitations in areas I
once flourished. I am, effectively, disabled
from the abilities I once had.
Yeah. So there it is.
I called you out on it.
It's absolutely absurd this thread has devolved into name calling.
I won't be replying further.
edit on 5/5/15 by GENERAL EYES because: formatting