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Matthew’s Puzzle to “I Wish I Didn’t Have Aspergers #AutismPositivity2012″

By Matthewspuzzle @matthewspuzzle


 I want to tell you that you are important and you are special. Even though I don’t know you, I feel a connection and I care. Aspergers can be hard. It is a plain fact. You may be teased or ignored by rude people. But remember they are nothing. There is a whole loving community ready to embrace you. You will never be able to be everything to all people, so just be you to you.

I have no idea why you queried what you did, but know that we are here and we care. I happen to believe autism and Aspergers is a medical condition that can be treated, so if you are interested in following biomedical interventions I urge you to find a doctor to help you. But even if you don’t agree with me, know that there is an amazing community of caring people that want to make life as full as possible for persons on the autism spectrum.

Never doubt that you have a marvelous role to play in this world, that you deserve love and happiness, a chance to succeed, a chance to learn, make mistakes, grow and be yourself. I hope you have the support of a loving family, and there are groups all over that can help you.

You are in good company. And although life can be hard with Aspergers know that it can be fruitful and fulfilling too. I am here. There are many, many people here. We care. We listen. Reach out. Please.

If you are interested in biomedical interventions may I suggest you contact Generation Rescue for a list of doctors in your area that specialize in a biomedical protocol. Also join a chapter of TACA. Lastly buy a few books on the subject such as Kenneth Bock’s Healing the New Childhood Epidemics.

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