We can wish but in the end it is all on each of us individually to reach out in love to those around us. I get up each day and ask God to use me to bless someone today. A big piece of my heart has autism and he’s my son shirt I pray that as I bless others they will want to be a blessing to someone. But I can do nothing more than to reach out each day. Who will you bless today?
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my son is an Aspie. He has had little to NO friends in high school. It bothers me more than it does him. It’s heart breaking as a parent to watch your child not be “included” or part of the “crowd” I’m grateful that he’s high functioning and can lead a “normal” life- but socially it’s very difficult. A big piece of my heart has autism and he’s my son shirt My DD is now 21 with severe ADHD and her 2 best friends have been there for a few years now and shiw no sign of leaving her behind although one is just on the spectrum and they are considered weird by many when together.
They all met through Ice Skating and challenge the world to look underneath the packaging to see what’s inside. She has been lonely for so long as people come and go but with these 2 the world is a brighter hsppier place. But wouldn’t it also be amazing if less people had to suffer with Autism? A world without Autism as we know it has existed, and I will keep fighting to raise awareness for the dangers of vaccinations. I am so glad that Trey supports his friend like this, I wish it were true for all autistic children!
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My son just turned 13 and you’re so right about the struggle socially! It’s hard enough for neurotypical children going through the socially awkward stages of “teen-hood”. It is extremely hard as a mom to watch my son continue to grow up and become a teenager and still not have one close friend. I also feel that it bothers me more than it does him but, I still can’t help but wonder if sometimes it really does bother him….
because talking about his feelings or even expressing them when it comes to sad or negative feelings is hard for him and he avoids it purposely. He had always considered other kids his “friends” even if they didn’t reciprocate or include him in their “circle”. He would insert himself and try his best to socialize in his own way, but it’s always ended up with no real or lasting friendship. I have prayed everyday for my son to just have one special kid to just give him a chance and be a real, true friend.