I know I have covered alot of articles on how the Disabled have been so Mistreated even within the Govt, Dept Of Justice & Medical System.
An I’ll always have that problem with Trust within all 3 areas as mentioned above.
Whilst thinking about it tonight, even working on some reading & writing along with some reflection.
Seeing how the Disabled have been treated, their is such Pain there, even for myself.
First I have my Trust in God, because I love him with all my heart, mind, body & spirit, if you try to attack that, or even mock that, it’s attacking someone who I know, knows me better than what I know myself, because in My Trust in God, knowing He exists, an how i have seen God Manifest in my Own Life, I feel Secure in Him.
If you don’t feel Secure, you also don’t feel you can Trust, when God put in His Word, The Holy Bible with the Old & New Testament, He also Placed in Securities for People who are Disabled, in fact even in some cases, he also used People with Disabilities, to even show His Glory through situations he put them through.
So what are things, that Destroy that Trust & Security?
- Stereotyping the Disabled.
- Exploiting the Disabled, even through laws which those of the law can get away with, as that destroys alot of trust, as we see the inconsistency & hypocrisy of those they say they follow it.
- Degrading the Disabled, in ways which we are made to feel inferior, to calling us things we know we aren’t, showing the True Monster is You.
- Not letting us being able to voice our mind, opinions, thoughts expressions of not only of things we love or hate, but also things that hurt us.
- Not letting us being able to enjoy the choice of even a religious belief, as for some of us, it is our Faith even in God, that helps us get through the Hardest of Times.
- Not letting us be able to have friendships, love lives, an even sex lives, as that too is apart of what every person needs.
So what are things that will help us feel more able to Trust & feel more Secure?
- Having someone who doesn’t have a Disability to Stand Up for us.
- Looking past our Disability, an see what we are Able to Do.
- Support us, even through the Hard Times, but also allow for some personal space to grow.
- Take us out to events, that we can both enjoy, no matter how minor or severe our disability is, we enjoy company as well, an don’t always want to be Isolated.
- If you have learned anything from us, an we haven’t noticed, let us know, even as we learn from you.
- Don’t treat us like a criminal, remember we are victims too of a harsh world, that even we too are still trying to understand.
- No matter how minor or severe our Disability Love in Word & Actions go a long way.
- If we act a little defensive, even with an attitude, we may be experiencing some inward pain, that just needs some TLC.
- Follow up: more thoughts on disability, discrimination and assumptions. (knittingnerdlawyer.wordpress.com)
- Families plan lawsuit over disabled abuse (stuff.co.nz)
- Number Of People Getting Disability Checks Doubles (fox40.com)
- ‘Bedroom tax’ puts added burden on disabled people (guardian.co.uk)
- Deaf and disability arts festival to return to Liverpool (amplifon.co.uk)
- Identity (mortanah.wordpress.com)
- One Carleton student’s fight for campus accessibility earns national attention (mydoorsign.com)