The book is an honest, first-hand account of how people with autism grieve when they lose someone in their life. Unlike the non-autistic response, people with autism, when faced with overwhelming or stressful situations, will favour solitude over sharing their emotions, tend to focus on special interests, and become extremely logical, often not expressing any emotion
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It’s a constant battle for elementary school teachers. “Stop tattling!” we tell our students again and again. But there’s a difference between tattling and reporting, and if we don’t teach kids the difference, they may not speak up and find an adult when someone is in real danger.
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