Parents have total obligations to give to their child, a child has no obligations to their parents unless negotiated between the two. A parent and child negotiation may take place when the child is old enough to do chorus for their parents and in return the child may earn allowance. When raising a child with disabilities it can be different the parents still have all obligations of caring for the child but will the disabled child ever have a negotiation with their parents to have obligations of their own? Here is a view of a four member house hold, two patents and two children and one child is disabled. All members of the family dedicate time to taking care of the disabled child, and most often the dedicated time gets pushed on the able sibling. Parents make negotiations with the able child to care for their sibling and may get allowance in return. Parents have other things important things in life such as work and having a personal life. The able sibling tries to have a personal life but it is hard and seems unfair. The able child thinks life is unfair because they have a huge obligation while the disable child thinks life is unfair because all they can do is receive and can do nothing in return and wishing they were able body like their sibling. Both siblings are in tough situations, they may feel like they are stuck for the rest of their lives.