I saw a thing that said you should always address/introduce someone with who they are first, and their illness second. For example, instead of saying "the mentally-ill man", you should say "the man with the mental illness". That way, you are addressing them as a real person before anything and not putting their illness in front of them. Just something to think about..
from Nathan Driskell: Asperger's & Internet Addiction Specialist
Inspirational Quotes - From the Thought Proving, to the Entertaining!
Milgram's experiment showed we will do as we are told, regardless of the outcome. While no one was actually hurt in his experiments, the participants thought they were electrocuting someone by command of a doctor. Over 60% of the subjects choose to give a fatal electric shock. It takes mental fortitude to refuse the command of someone with more authority than you. #authority #power #life nathandriskell.com