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Just a little common courtesy

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We’re all taught manners growing up: Never get in someone’s personal space uninvited; if someone says “no thank you,” leave them be; don’t judge a book by its cover. These are universal principles that we all follow; unfortunately, all too often these basic rules of etiquette go out the window when a person is interacting with the blind.

There is no special way to act around blind people, they’re just people. If you’re ever unsure about something, just think “would I want this done to me.” With that in mind, I will share some occurrences to avoid.

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