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Becky Bruce says
I agree, this is a very hard concept for people to understand and it's true, some do want to live free how only homelessness allows. But there are people who do not want to be homeless and we can't forget to help them
we shouldn't forget about anyone but we can only help the ones who want to be helped and we can only do so much even for them. if we try to help and do too much, we are not actually helping but we are causing them to become dependable on handouts.
At what point should we stop helping someone who asks for help? There are always going to be those who choose the lifestyle. But there are many people who don't choose it, they just lack the mental capacity or social upbringing to adjust to society.
if someone is mentally disabled, then they are the ones we should be helping. if being homeless is hurting them , steps should be taken to either put them in an institution or a place where they can get help. as for people who we try to help and they
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