Every person wants to be loved and accepted. We all like hearing compliments, because they make us feel better, and significantly increase our confidence.
Criticizing, ridiculing, or humiliating people is nothing nice and leaves a mark on people’s psyche. Unfortunately, some people love doing this and as soon as they pick a victim, they won’t stop bullying them.
In particularly tricky situations are people with different disabilities. They want to be accepted and live normal lives in society, but their expectations don’t always go hand in hand with reality. People with disabilities face rejection and people without disabilities refuse to accept their differences. It shouldn’t be like this, but life shows that human tolerance varies greatly.
Not long ago, an unpleasant situation met Daniel Revis. This 17-year old from the U.S. has Down syndrome, and because of this his peers make fun of him. Thankfully, one person reached out their hand to him and because of it she was met with a big surprise. Go to the next page to learn more.