Personally the author of that article needs to spend time with a kid with autism or down syn. and then have to tell them he wishes they were dead. Seriously.
A friend of mine once remarked that some cranky person (described in detail) that she had met would be a much better person after spending only an hour or two with my young son, who was playing with toy cars just a few feet away from us. He looked up and said very thoughtfully, "No thank you, please."
He certainly had a point there!
It still makes me laugh to remember that.
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