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Name: LuckyMom
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Unfortunately a lot of people are, for lack of a better way of putting it, scared of people with disabilities. I myself don't have any, but my 18 year old son does. He is totally blind in one eye, and can't see well out of the other. He also has other medical issues that cause issues with impulsivity. He truely has no outside friends. I feel bad for him and others like him. I wish I could make people understand that having a disablility doesn't mean you do not have feelings. My son will be on hormone replacements his entire life, and there hasn't been enough research on his particular disablity to know if he even will have a long, full life because he was one of the first (within the first couple years) to be diagnosed.
For the record he has Panhypopituitarism, so if anyone else out there knows someone with it, I'd love to talk.
I guess I'm done venting, sorry. :)
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