When a child is taken to the Family Doctor, who then arranges a Specialist consultation for that child, that child then sees a Specialist who then reports that child’s condition back to the Family Doctor.
The Family Doctor then informs her parents, who choose not to say anything. They take that child to the hospital for 15 years, physiotherapy once a week, the Athletic institute once a year for 15 years and that child still doesn’t know what’s wrong, so the child grows up knowing nothing about what she’s dealing with and why.
The child struggles both emotionally and physically throughout her childhood and becomes angry as a result. She is finally discharged at 25 through another Specialist consultation that highlights another issue she didn’t know existed because it wasn’t picked up initially when the original Cerebral Palsy diagnosis was made, still not knowing at that time she had Cerebral Palsy.
There is a difference between someone going out of their way to find out what someone has because they have no choice, but know they struggle and tell the child they’re struggling anyway, so she understands.
But they choose a different route. Instead they ignore the emotional side and the diagnosis, expecting the child to fall into line. They then choose to block it out indefinitely as if not of it existed.