Girl Asks If She’s Wrong For Not Helping Her Disabled Friend Move Around After She Humiliated Her

People should be able to practice their agency.

And that includes people with any kind of disability. I can fully understand that some people with disabilities don’t like to be helped and they feel embarrassed asking for help. However, some people are fine with asking for help and sometimes even feeling entitled to it. Both of these things are fine except for the entitled part.

Just because you are disabled does not mean you can be rude to others and expect them to just take it. This is the story about one such person. You see this girl went to the AITA (Am I The A**hole?) subreddit to find out if what she did makes her a bad person.

You can scroll below and read the story for yourself.

Source: Reddit

It sounds like a normal thing to do. Friends help each other.

Apparently, her friend thought it was ‘disgusting’ to help another person.

Even though she was doing it because she was asked. It wasn’t because of her own volition. However, you’d think the disabled friend would back her right? Well, that is where you’re wrong.

She just egged the other friend rather than explaining the situation.

And then the disabled friend did a complete 180 the minute the other girl was gone.

In her own words, ‘She doesn’t like to work.’

I know, I know. She’s a lot. But it would have been embarrassing for me to tell her that you help me go places. She’s all about being independent and doing things yourself, the truth is I like having people wheel me around. I don’t like to do work.

And she continued to say that sometimes a little drama is fun.

And this is where the all-important question comes.

As you can imagine, most if not all credit users were on her side. After all the poster did nothing wrong. She was trying to be helpful to a friend that isn’t all that nice when it comes to reciprocating.

This user sums it up perfectly.

You don’t owe her anything.

That sounds like something this person might do in the future.

Exactly, Being disabled doesn’t make you entitled to everything.

A wheelchair user also chimed in with their opinion.

At the end of the day, It’s all about being a decent human being.

Not a very good friend in the long run.

These types of friends are not worth it if you ask me.

What do you think of this story? Do you think the credit poser should try to talk to her ‘friend’ or just move on? Comment down below and let us know. Don’t forget to share so your friends can chime in with their opinion as well.

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