My, my, with all the chaos in the world, this rant keeps surfacing about someone assisting a handicapped person in a wheel-chair, without being asked to do so. Calm down about someone being concerned about you. You really have your teeth in this. My mom was handicapped with polio, and she was an independent woman who did many things in her life. Yet, she was gracious and gladly accepted help or assistance when needed. She never viewed assistance as a form of someone having pity for her. In a world where many lack care and concern for others, I think you should appreciate the kind act of others. Also, if you don't want help or feel it as an assault, then you can still graciously decline the kind gesture. Enjoy the life you have!

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