When People Stare

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4 Responses

  1. marialake says:

    I have a wonderful teenage grandson with autism. Please continue to write more about autism and the Christian……………..I hate to say this but church is not a good fit for him. He has accepted the Lord but was not baptized due to some quirky ideas he has about the process. I worry about his future.

    • Thank you for your comments. It is difficult but I believe things are improving. I’m hoping to have my son baptized some time in the fall. God bless you and your grandson.

  2. Patrick B. says:

    Thank you for sharing. People will always look at something/someone that is unusual. Whether it’s because they are autistic and are stimming, or whether they look or act different due to a disability, or dress differently, people take notice of things that are “unusual”. Unfortunately, this is part of human nature. We can try to minimize the distraction, but others must understand that it is not being done on purpose.

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