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approaching people who have all kinds of individual differences. We all know the odd feeling mixed with curiosity that we have when we are presented with situations that are new to us. I find that the main thing that people should learn from these videos is that it is more alright and even appreciated by families when you approach, ask questions and engage with their family members whose child/sister/brother/cousin/all are many times so very lonely and so used to being ignored. I was raised with an Aunt with Down’s Syndrome. The odd thing was that I was so comfortable around her, she rocked me as a baby and was a significant part of my growing up, so natural, yet I still wasn’t comfortable around even others with Down’s.