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By  Nimesh Priyodit  |  6

Being from the great apes family, most of the people just are tuned to respond back.
So break this cycle of response and smile when they see towards you. You would find most of them smiling back.
Next, say hi. This usually breaks the barrier and starts the positive cycle

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  Sady_Ct  |  35

Exactly!

By  cdaspirit  |  15

Do not let their ignorance and rude behavior define you and how you see yourself! You are amazing OP, and it’s a shame those people can’t see it (it’s their loss tho)

By  Nimesh Priyodit  |  6

Being from the great apes family, most of the people just are tuned to respond back.
So break this cycle of response and smile when they see towards you. You would find most of them smiling back.
Next, say hi. This usually breaks the barrier and starts the positive cycle

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  LostSoul  |  19

Do not bullshit yourself or anyone else. You know what happens when you play nice to people like this? They are nice to your face and trash you behind your back. If a disability causes anyone to act differently towards you, they are not worth the time or effort to be nice. Find people who are not going to be jerks.

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eh? it's not a bad thing to be disabled, you're the reason people like OP are insecure and think everything's about their disability because people like you use it as a derogatory term! I'm disabled and proud

By  ThatOneLonelyAsian  |  30

I've been where you are and I've realised people do treat me differently when i tell them I'm disabled but that's society for you, we've been brainwashed to feel that depending on the colour of your skin, disability and sexual orientation you will get catergorised and stereotyped

By  J15237  |  10

Honestly (and you may get in trouble, but it will be good for your pride) you tell them because all of you are fucking assholes and can go fuck yourselves.