People w/ autism will often learn a lot about a topic they’re fascinated with & be perceived as experts
I’m not really a children kind of person. I stay away from children as much as possible. However, I do have a kid sister who’s five now, and I have learned from her. I have learned that children isn’t so bad, that they’re sweet, that they’re stubborn, that they’re smart (like, real smart!), they ask a lot of questions, and they don’t like to be bored. All in all, she’s taught me that children really aren’t so bad after all!
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Josh is once again battling with a heavy depression, and it all comes to a head when his greatest fear comes to pass: his stepfather is released from jail. Terrified, Josh succumbs to panic and leaves, even knowing it’s an action that may bring more problems than it solves.
Warning: this story contains subjects that may be triggers for some (mentions and flashbacks of rape).
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