I totally agree that we should not fall for the myths that make us doubt our abilities, and the struggles of others. Instead, we need to have more faith in ourselves, open our minds and listen to the stories of those who are struggling. And we totally need to think about/change the methods of how we approach and solve these problems. There are many so-called “supportive” organizations and programs that were supposed to help and assist people but aren’t very helpful at all. They set their standards and eligibility too high and too difficult. They also give out very limited options. Moreover, some people working for those organizations/programs are not willing to help, unless the in-need falls into a certain category, because they believe those myths.
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