Here’s the thing, I’m actually a big supporter of assisted death, or assisted suicide. There are a lot of reasons to this, but it basically comes down to the fact that I don’t think it’s fair that we should have the right to force people to live. I also find it hilariously unfair that we consider it a mercy to euthanize dogs when they’re old and yet we don’t offer seriously ill people the same option? Now, there are deep intricacies to this topic that I won’t get into right now because there’s definitely far more to it than what I’ve briefly touched base on above, but at the end of the day having the opportunity to learn more about the subject is one I’m definitely interested in.

As for dyscalculia, the fact of the matter is that I work with children who have this. And while I have read up on the subject, you can never really read up enough.

A book about assisted suicide.

can i tell you about dyscalculia?
Dyscalculia, a learning disability involving math.

Do either of these NetGalley books tempt you to request? Let me know in the comments!

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