Forcing something on another person; trying to MAKE them do something is destructive at it's core. It doesn't allow the other person to be who they are, and doesn't give an opportunity for respect of another's wishes, belief systems and feelings. You've heard that old saying..."you will catch more flies with honey than vinegar.". Tis true. IF something is important enough, consider using kindness and understanding if you want someone to do something for you. IF they feel free in the choice, they may CHOOSE to do the thing instead of being forced. HOWEVER, if they do not choose it, do not resort to bullying, or treating them badly because they didn't choose your way of thinking. Would YOU want to be forced to do something that made you feel uncomfortable? Of course not...treat others as you would want to be treated and you have a much better chance of being respected and appreciated.
Our God, who made us, knows us, and loves us in spite of ourselves even gave us the promise that He would not let you be tempted beyond what you could handle. This is a great gift and promise! That means He gives us a way of escape from the thing that would hurt us. That is just how much He loves us and gives us free will to choose despite what He wants us to do. I Corinthians 10:13 "No temptation has overtaken you except such as is common to man; but God is faithful, who will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation will also make the way of escape, that you may be able to bear it." If GOD knew some things would be more than you could bear, and God loved you enough to give you a GODLY way out, then how can we ignore that message for our own lives and try to force anyone to do something that may be more than they can bear at a given time in life?
This simple message is important for us to reflect on. BY THE WAY...This does NOT refer to our commandments from our Lord. He gave us guidelines and outright commands that, IF we come to Him he wants us to do. To NOT do them would be sin. If we commit to God, or under God then we have those good commandments if we want to be with Him.
Try the kinder, gentler approach if you want something. See just how much further you will get with another human if you respect them and their feelings in spite of differing abilities than yours!