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Few options for teens with autism

August 18, 2013

DEAR EDITOR: Recently my worst nightmare happened for a second time when my 13-year-old autistic son vanished while I was bringing groceries into the house....

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Aug-18-13 11:53 PM

God bless your family and a special blessing from my heart for Christian. I too have a family member with autism who has walked away from home as a young man. I'm sure he wanted to see what the world was all about. Everyone was frantic as he left in the middle of the night in his PJs. Two other young children in the family, twins, have this as well. Talk about a daily challenge, to say the least. Like climbing a mountain each day, no doubt. You are in my thoughts. Stay strong and take some time to be kind to yourself as well.

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Aug-18-13 7:41 PM

Christine, I prayed for his safe return and gave effusive thanks when he was returned to you! I think that anyone that judges you does need to walk a mile in your shoes!

May God bless you and your family every day in every way.

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