Life with a disabled person. Why is it scary?

Everyone strives for the best? Should the attitude towards people who have some kind of limitations be different, different from the attitude towards other people?

A friend told about a video in which two guys met girls. One of them was in a wheelchair. The result - the disabled guy got more phone numbers than his healthy opponent. A friend said it was weird. And I thought - why?

Why should the attitude towards people who have some kind of limitations be different, different from the attitude towards other people? I was upset by the words of a friend, and I decided to ask him directly - would you date a girl with a disability? He said no. Added - unless it's true love. And then - no, still no. Later, I decided to ask this question to other guys I know. Their answers were - no, it is doubtful, I find it difficult to answer.

Honestly, I was surprised by such answers. Very. I thought, if something happens to me, most people will not need me... And how will you feel if you take the place of such people?

How do people perceive other people? What is their attitude towards them based on? How do people make a choice in favor of this or that person? Based on this situation, we can conclude that physics is in the forefront, it is the physical body that plays a large and important role. I do not condemn the position of those who choose this way. This is inherent in living organisms - for the best offspring, for its purity, the appropriate pair is selected. There is such a thing, yes. But…. We are not just animal beings. And no one needs extra trouble.....

Good. Everyone strives for the best. How do you rate yourself? Are you the best example?

The personality of a person is not only his body, his health, abilities. Feelings, thoughts, emotions, attitude towards oneself, people and the whole world, his worldview. Isn't it important? Kindness, affection, care, love - do you agree to live without all this?

Man is not what is outside, it is what is inside. And the inner world is very easy to ruin.

Why this article? Not to teach you about life, of course not. Again, I'm not judging anyone. I just want situations where a person chooses a disabled person not to be strange for you.