I read a advice column every day and it seems that people get mad when doors are open for them- she posted my letter in response to it.
Personally, I don't want people opening doors for me because of my condition that makes me not able to catch the door when they let it go- it then hits me and I'm in pain for the rest of the day. then they yell at me wanting to know why didn't I just catch the door?
telling them no doesn't help either- they insist and won't move away.
why is it when people have 'good intentions' it's the responsibility of the rest of us to just let them do whatever no matter what we feel?
I'm glad there are people out there that care, but just because something is done out of good intentions doesn't make it wanted or even a good thing-
is it too much to ask that people offer their help to see if it's wanted?
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