Don't get nuts just becuase someone is odd...
I specifically try to practice being peculiar.
...oh, I guess I read that wrong
No-fault auto insurance
let's see, did I miss anyone?
I don't mean to hurt others but labels like this just don't do anyone, ESPECIALLY the kids, any good. I'm convinced they do more harm then good.
Even if the label refers to a real disease and the child legitimately has it...like epilepsy. On this point I speak from experience. I had epilepsy as a child, but no one knew it until I was in college. As a result I got treated just like all the other kids, and I benefited greatly from it!
Let's not give people excuses to fail. Instead let's lovingly help pick them up and, when appropriate, help them to get their feet soundly under themselves.
BTW - I'm not always good at this...but I am trying to get better.