High empathy and cruelty towards people with special needs

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Feverbeaver180
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Is it possible for a person with high empathy to be cruel to others with special needs? Specifically towards people Autism/Asperger's?
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Is it possible for a person with high empathy to be cruel to others with special needs? Specifically towards people Autism/Asperger's?
No I don't think so - I think if you have empathy you would feel bad for someone getting badly treated.
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What's the obsession with this topic?
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With humans, anything is possible... for better or worse.
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it's more likely their empathy is fake or performative
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