Hello everyone, i do apologize if i haven't written in while. but i think this is the right time to share what's been going on. it's been 5 months since i've last posted and i'm still not sick (thank God).
a lot has happened, the elections, the attack on the U.S. Capitol and the inauguration of President Biden. plus Covid is still going on and still a lot of deaths but we're finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel as the vaccines have been distributed in the states and i hope that i will get the two vaccines sooner or later. about myself, i can be fully honest about my lack of consistency aboy not sharing what i've been doing i've been more focused on entertainment rather than myself and what's happening.. but it's the on;y way to escape. cause i have a bad case of cabin fever. but i know i'm not the only one. but rather stay at home than in the hospital. it is truly a blessing that i've made it out of 2020, cause Lord knows it was tough, but i see 2021 as a bright future ahead. but things can be so unpredictable. all you can hope is that thing will have a better outcome
what did you that about the year 2020 and what do you hope for 2021?
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I would like to comment on what Brian Field posted. It is not true that Autistic Children cannot be taught how to behave. In the courts, Autism is no excuse and an Autistic adult would either be sent to prison or mental hospital or locked up in an Autistic home. The only reason why the ten-year-old should not be spanked for throwing a tablet down the stairs so breaking the tablet is nowadays you can be prosecuted for assault if you hit a child and you would probably have to do it hard to make a difference and the parent might land in prison for assault The shopkeeper must be old fashioned suggesting a spanking and not be aware that the world is moving away from corporal punishment Not sure what the mother should do about her son breaking her tablet perhaps either stop his pocket money or not buy him something she promised him to pay for the tablet. Sending the child to bed or to his room to reflect might disturb him more but courts do not care about that when Autistic people are sent to prison or hospital will disturb Autistic people more.