2011-03-27 16:58 (UTC)
I have learned that the author's definition of "five" is very different from mine. Because I see only THREE things he learned from PWD, and two things he learned from non-disabled people who do Nice Things for PWD.
I have also learned that the author extrapolates like woah. How does he know that Maylan's goal of being a psychiatrist is "what keeps [her] going; gives [her] a reason to get through another day; gives [her] the strength to look life in the face and say, 'You’ll never get the best of me until I’m done with these things.'” How does he know it's not, like, because she wants to be a psychiatrist? Or because she wants to help people with their problems, like she said?
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