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Nov. 13th, 2006 | 06:53 am
mood: sleepysleepy
music: She Moves in Mysterious Ways - U2 (head)
posted by: felina_sandhya in thepride

Welcome to all of our new members, very glad to have you here.

*heh* Let's see...is there any particular thing anyone would like to discuss? Questions?

I'd certainly like to know more about others' first experiences, if you don't mind sharing.

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Re: Help for my son

from: tempest_storm
date: Nov. 4th, 2008 10:28 am (UTC)

It is great to see that you let your son be himself. The only suggestion that i might put forward is to see if you can sit him down and let him know that in a lot of social cases (such as at school) that it might be a good idea to be in his "human form"... Thinking about it now... can I ask just how autistic he is? is it high level aspergers? or a much milder form of autism?

I understand it can be very hard for a lot of autistic people to understand the... social side of interaction... So simply i would let your son be himself (cat) as much as is possible, but also let him know that during important times (like school) that he should be as "human" as he can manage... *smiles and purrss* as hard as that can be some times... for a lot of us....


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Re: Help for my son

from: catolist
date: Nov. 4th, 2008 12:55 pm (UTC)

I wrote that message almost two years ago. Son is still a cat, and by way of luck and circumstance we now have two adult "cats" in our world. This has helped immensely.

He is bahaving as human as he's capable of in school, and knows that there are "safe" people and "cats" to be around.

Thirteenth bithday is approaching in Feb. Interesting to review this now. Thanks for your feedback.


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