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Alternatively, you may feel that you understand the situation perfectly, and this may be your subconscious’ message that you do not have all the information, in fact.
If you dream that someone else is mentally challenged, this indicates a feeling of frustration on your part that you are not able to communicate effectively with this person.
Depends what you mean by "mentally challenged", but most likely not.
To have a meaningful relationship with someone, I need them to be on my level intellectually.
I could handle light personality disorders or dating a complete airhead, but a person diagnosed as mentally challenged... I've done community service for these people for years, and they're incredibly nice, but not the kind of people I'd want to start a relationship with.
I don't want that to sound elitist, but I'd like to be able to hold a good and insightful conversation with if the girl is what i imagine when i think "mentally challenged", then no. I find it ignorant how many comments there are with a straight "no' answer.
but there was this girl that went to my school and she got in a bad car accident that made her brain messed up and she like had trouble walking, basically she had enough wrong with her so that she needed a caregiver to always be with her. There are hundreds of mental illnesses and MOST have nothing to do with how smart or dumb you are. But serious retardation, that's a tough one, and if I dump her I look bad.
Some of us already have that extra obstacle to overcome.
First, contemplate this for a moment: How many lesbians with a disability do you actually know?
[QUOTE="Red Eyed Monster8"]How severe is her autism?