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Sun Jul 25, 2010 3:58 pm
is it wrong to find the reactions of different people to things like falling or getting hurt interesting, almost entertaining.
for example, when i first fell over in front of michael, he seemed kinda worried, but when i said its normal for me, i bounce, he stopped worrying, and has now started explaining to others when i fall (which i am thankful for) but when i fell over in front of him, his parents, and some people from our st john devision, and thier families, he explained, one of the women seemed to stop worrying, but i get the feeling michael was gonna be quizzed later, one shut up, but still seemed worried, and michaels mum had a go at michael for saying its normal for me to fall or get hurt. when i told her hes right, and i have told him he is welcome to say it as it helps me if i dont have to explain, she told me off for not caring about others feelings when things happen to me (she is totally wrong, i care a lot about others feelings, im just no good at reading them).
wow, that example is long, sorry.