Children | Communication | Criticism | Handicapped | Impaired | Love | Teaching | Understanding

A retarded youngster seated himself on the floor in a drugstore and began to play with some bottles he had taken from the shelves. The druggist ordered him to stop, then scolded him with an even sharper tone. Just then the boy’s sister came up, put her arms around him and whispered something in his ear. Right away, he put the bottles back in place. “You see,” his sister explained, “he doesn’t understand when you talk to him like that. I just love it into him.” Few of us respond to being scolded, pushed, driven or harassed. But every creature responds to love. Those six words, “I just love it into him,” deserve to be…

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