I would like this story to come to teachers, teachers and to all those who must guide us. Not always a different point of view is WRONG, we look at the person in front of us, we try to understand her and ask ourselves why she thinks differently from us. Perhaps we could be faced with a new concept: "not wrong, DIFFERENT".
"You look tired." I hear it often. First I was offended, today I say: "I am tired". Living with an autism spectrum disorder means don't have filters. I live the world in a different way. Every day it takes an incredible amount of energy.