He misses important info at the beginning of class then gets worked up because he doesn’t know what we are doing.
Transitions are not easy for him.
If I erased his Aspberger’s, would he still be doing this? I wish I could just jump inside his mind and figure it all out.
Transitions are not easy for me, either.
I hate change. Could I just take my time moving from one phase of my life to another? Go against the rules and respond to divorce papers on my time?
I hate change. I had this idea in my head (and promised to me in our wedding day almost 8 years ago) that we would grow old together and sit in rocking chairs on the porch enjoying life once the kids were grown.
Change. I have to transition to this “new life” that is not what I had hoped for.
I would like know why this student moves at his own pace.
He must hate change too. (I know children with Autism do not like change in their routine)
Each day I wake up and realize that I am one day closer to the end of it all. Makes me queasy. Even though he threw me on this roller coaster of emotions and life changes with no protection from falling to my death, I am still sad.
I am angry at him for the extremely sefish, irresponsible, immature choices he has made for our family. I actually despise him.
But I hate change.
Anyone have a late pass that I can use on life?