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I hear that.
My kids have been chastised and removed from the dining hall for having nut derivative products in their packed lunch.
I’ve always thought that it would be easier to remove the kids with the allergies and let the normal kids eat what they want.
But anyway.

Peace.
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I feel that my dude. It’s a big problem at my school currently.
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I've only ever had a tetanus shot in my life and I get sick alot less than most people
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Why did you bother to get a tetanus shot but not any others? Have you ever known anyone that had polio, measles or even mumps? (not arguing...just curious)
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Got a tetanus shot cause I stepped on a rusty nail when I was little and nope
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Vaccines at birth are horrible, you don’t see animals giving each other vaccines, yet humans that can plot and plan are sometimes required to get them for schooling. It’s silly and my gf doesn’t agree with me. I would be much stronger mentally and physically if I didn’t get that bs. It’s better to get after the immune has developed in its own favor.
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Very good point
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It was called being a kid, and if you did have allergies the parents blamed the kid for being dumb enough to get exposed to it! People are too quick to blame others for their own kid's rearing.
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Do you think these kids are faking allergies or what? I don't know where you grew up but I'm guessing it must have been in abuse. What kind of idiot blames a child for their allergies?
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Actually my sister has a severe allergy to legumes and has ended up in the hospital a few times because of it, don't be so quick to judge. I came across a bit loud, but my point is that even with her allergy, my parents taught her how to avoid those foods, thus helping her develop a coping mechanism, which she has now used to help her own kids understand how to react if something happens. It seems that an all too common approach is to blame society and the schools, leading to things like the OP is frustrated by, thus suppressing the masses instead of helping those that need it. Even though we may differ in that opinion, i'll end with the common language we all speak...upvote!
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I pounce like a T-Rex when it feels like someone is blaming children. I apologise for my hasty reply.
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I should not have used the word "blame", that is not appropriate and I'm with you on that. Held accountable though i think applies, that is what my parents did for my sister. "You were exposed/dosed today? OK, let's get you feeling better but how can you better avoid this next time?" They didn't put it back on the schools, and I fully believe that approach made her stronger and a better person who is now passing on her knowledge and good sense about the condition. (She is now a teacher by the way, and rolls her eyes when schools give in to stuff like this!) Upvote for T-Rex!
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I raised my deaf dyslexic learning disabled son that way. (I hate labels. to me he's simply my son) The only time I ever punished him for something he said was when he tried to use his disability as an excuse. This is your life and yes it's going to be different than most of the lives you'll see but it's still your life. You do you. You be responsible for you. He was the only one of all the kids that graduated college. He's also the reason I met so many fantastic kids that got bullied for being "different". "Different" children are the most amazing people. If you're lucky enough to know them you soon see that they'll change your life.
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One of my coworkers has a daughter with down syndrome, he echos your sentiments all the time. Sad thing is, when they detected the gene the Dr actually offered abortion as a "solution" and were surprised when they said no. Pisses me off and it wasn't even my daughter.
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My daughter was a midlife baby. Doc asked I wanted to test for disabilities. Without thinking my response was, What For?

I don't want to sound heartless or like I'm not human. It's complicated being a parent of someone you know would rock the world's socks off if they were given the same chance to do so as "normal" (ugh) people. I know my son is brilliant, funny and fabulous. I also know he has no chance to shine because... people. I'm pro choice and I would personally always choose life but if you ask me if I would have considered an abortion knowing what I know now about what his life would be like I'd have to say I'd at least consider it. I'd still have him but the consideration would be there. It's hard to watch your children struggle when there is no need.

They're Different. Not Broken.
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I don't believe that any of the world's problems are solved here in the comment section, but I will say that my wife and I adopted our daughter, and my view is that most abortions are failed adoptions. Speaking from experience, there are tons of families out there that want nothing so badly as to give a child a home, including special needs. You've got a great outlook, your son is blessed to have you as a parent! Cheers to you and your family :)
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Thank you. We all do what we have to do. I believe we all Have to focus on children. There are as many children that want parents as there are people that want to be parents. We just need to focus on the importance of all children.
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