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What to Learn from a 6 Year Old Who Has Autism « Positively Positive

28 Mar

Choosing something different. Choosing to shift, be different, move on, move forward, or live something new.

You don’t need to ask permission or wait for the okay. You just need to say the words. I’m all done now. I choose something different.

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One Response to “What to Learn from a 6 Year Old Who Has Autism « Positively Positive”

  1. Nancy Blackmon March 29, 2013 at 9:26 am #

    Love this. I am the mother of a 21-year-old who has autism, (I’m also a yoga teacher living in Alabama) and I’ve often thought that my daughter has the right idea. She expresses what she is feeling without hesitation and then lets it go. It might be frustration, anxiety or pure joy. Whatever it is she lives it fully and that, I think, is a lesson for us all. Maybe that is what these special people are here to teach us.

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