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Re: Daisy others: working with kids with special need daisym

Posted by orchid on October 17, 2005, at 15:13:05

In reply to Re: Daisy others: working with kids with special need orchid, posted by daisym on October 15, 2005, at 20:33:32

Hi Daisy,
I always had this idea of working with kids. But I don't know what exactly I want to do. Teach or play with them or run an institution for them - I don't know what I want to do.

Plus I don't like to beg for money from other people. I just don't like it. In my country, I don't think it is easy to get funds either.

Even if it is on an extremely small scale, I want to start something which will sustain itself, or which I can pay for. I don't want to ask others for money or help.

I can see the emotional reward that you get. It must be really worth it.

Actually I am not even thinking of doing it for the emotional reward or fulfillment. I actually love solving problems and giving free advice and thinking about issues and coming up with ideas [ even if they are wrong ] (as you might have noticed from my posts :-)). I just really enjoy doing it. And I enjoy being with kids. So my main aim is to deal with challenging kids and think of a way to solve their issues and help them develop into great personalities.

But you are right about their dying sometimes. I wonder if I have the mental strength to take it.




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