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Star Roads: Living with a Sibling with Autism

July 21, 2011
By isagrecia BRONZE, Ocoee, Florida
isagrecia BRONZE, Ocoee, Florida
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Treat others the way you want to be treated.

People, Parents mostly have put their work before anyone else, EVEN THEIR KIDS!!!! But when they get a wake up call like a child being diagnosed with Autism or something of the sort they struggle to be the parent they never cared to be. It's like the impact of a car accident that hurts the outside but it only ruptures the interior. Most parents say I hoped he would be in politics or that she would be a doctor. But those kids can still be that because great scientists like Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein Had a mild form of Autism. These kids are super good with math, arts, and music because they see things differently than we do.
We must never put a limit to these kids telling them of their condition or treating them more differently than normal kids. Treat them the same don't be embarrassed to show them to your friends or colleagues. Most of all don't tell them their condition.

The author's comments:
Someone close to me was diagnosed Autistic.

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