When he will most probably be unhappy? Reward $2
Created by khurm, 671 days ago, 1014 views
Why should we want a handicapped child to live when he will most probably be unhappy?
arkclark88671 days ago
You must allow this child a chance even being healthy you can be unhappy theses are not our choice in my opinion it is there right to have this choice in my opinion.
kkw671 days ago
First of all This Is Your Child! Just because a baby is born healthy does not mean that there won't be trouble or bad days. And having a handicapped child does not automatically mean that every day will be unhappy. Handicapped persons feel all the emotions that you feel. as a parent with both healthy children (2) and a handicapped child, I can tell you that I wouldn't change anything about any of them. And remember this is YOUR CHILD. I pray God will show you guidance in this situation.
moosish671 days ago
There are degrees of being "handicapped." I can show you pictures of babies born without a face; or without all arms and legs; or no lower half at all of their body; half a brain; SEVERELY retarded people who function no better than a stick of butter; more. I believe that every parent needs to have the right to decide whether or not to complete a pregnancy if they know that their fetus has any of these severe kinds of deformities. HOWEVER, the government (in other words, the citizens of that country) ultimately wind up paying for medical care and/or custodial care for these children. In most (not all, of course, but MOST) of these cases, children with enough intelligence to understand their limitations are NOT happy, and I think it is selfish of the parents to have had them.
Rob_in_Milan671 days ago
If I had the gift to foresee the future, I would be millionaire? Unfortunately, I don't.
serezha671 days ago
It is unfair to deprive a person of life because we believe that it will be bad. If I was such a child, I would like to have the right to live! Not for someone else or for society, and for myself. I am familiar with the disabled, and I can say, many of us do not even dream of the successes he has achieved in his life. It all depends on of upbringing, on how parents teach their child to look at this world!
aidenstone648 days ago
A handicapped child is a miracle of life and having one, loving one, caring for one, can be incredibly rewarding! You might thing that he/she is unhappy, but if you offer him/her love, laughter, smiles, a good family, then he/she will be happy! Never underestimate yourself, or your ability to care for any child that you love! Don't stess out over the small things in life, and just accept the beauty of love and understanding, and the rewards of giving love to one who might never otherwise know it!
ZzMrXzZ648 days ago
Nic Vujicic is a handicaped man, and he is not only happy, but also successful. Who knows what will come bro?
DavidT647 days ago
If you have something against it it's your right as a parent to decline the birth....And just retry. There's nothing bad about wishing a better future for your son.
Crucio644 days ago
Nature is not perfect.
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