So my little sister is 10 years old, and she has Asperger's. Frickin' whoop-de-doo. I wouldn't have any sort of issue with this, except that my parents use it as an excuse to let her get away with just about anything, because "she's sensitive." She can get kicked out of school for the rest of the day, call another girl a "freaking bitch" (mind you, she's in 4th grade) and blatantly disrespect authority and not have any sort of repercussions.
> Yall always thinking, but whats the going to do you- it got you into the mess your in...
> what you got to do is react.
What you need to do is react? So does that mean that any possible reaction is as good as any other one, now?
Of course not. You need to know how to react. People come here to ask about this. Just telling them to react is not helpful at all.
If you think rash action is naturally more effective than thinking things through before you do something stupid, let alone with the kind of problems you encounter here, then your ideas are as barbaric as your grammar.
Well put, well put. Let's ignore him now, shall we?
Your heading to juvie for assault? And your telling people that need to react better? So, coming from you, is that a compliment?
as a congenital amputee, married to a man with cp, i can safely say your parents are idiots for coddling someone just because they have a disability.
just remember that it is not actually your sister's fault, and try to treat her like a real human being. she'll appreciate it in the end.
dicks out for Harambe
seriously... teach her things. love her. shes your sister. experiment with ways to try and help her .. do activities with her. show her things shes never seen. hug her. kiss her. lover her. she is family.
be the big sister you would want.