1. Nancy Piccolo
    December 21, 2020 @ 9:40 am

    Such wisdom you give to others who don’t have this depth of information.


  2. Cynthia
    December 21, 2020 @ 10:10 am

    Tears in my eyes. Your words are so moving, as always. Thank you for sharing. My little guy is Johann – Hans for short, Jack in English.


  3. Janet Anderson ( grandmother)
    December 22, 2020 @ 6:40 pm

    I don’t have the words like u do to Express my heartache for all children, parents,grandparents, siblings and beyond who understand autism. Living and watching as anxiety takes over every new aspect of lives that try to figure where do they fit in. My grandson is 21. Tall and Handsome. He cannot find a job, because he does not focus, multitask, or completely process directions. He keeps trying and applys to many positions. He believes he is a failure to himself and his family. There are no words to explain the sadness, we continue to cope with on a daily basis. Anxiety is at the top of Autism. God bless these beautiful souls. Merry Christmas to all. Thank-you for letting me vent.


  4. leagle11
    December 28, 2020 @ 5:16 pm

    I think of my Jack as waiting, and waiting. Waiting for a friend to arrive or to call. And unaware and oblivious to the world. Should I feel anger, or be jealous that he does not feel the fear and anxiety that I have for him.


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