What can we do in the face of the unchangeable reality

As parents, we always want our children to go to the best universities and have the most promising jobs.

But when you meet an autistic child, your expectations for your child are to be able to take care of themselves.

How hard is it to accept this gory reality?

Statistics show that the number of autistic people in China may exceed 10 million.

The number of patients aged 0-14 May exceed 2 million, and the rate is increasing by nearly 200,000 a year.

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With the increasing number of autistic groups in China, this special term has gradually come into the field of view of everyone.

Children with autism need a lot of practice to do things that are almost impossible for ordinary children to learn.

Relevant data have shown that:

In an average second-tier city, the monthly cost of high-density intervention ranges from 6,000 to 25,000.

For children with severe symptoms, parents need to give up their normal lives in order to win a most ordinary life for their children.

So, some people say, this is a deal with God.

What can we do in the face of the unchangeable reality?

There’s a line in Forrest Gump:

“Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get.”

In Sweden, a father tries to make his loved one’s own journey home.

So he built the Nature House.

Unconsciously, amazed the whole world.

You may not have their problems.

But must be able to understand this kind of mood:

If the child is too introverted, they will worry about whether they will be bullied;

If the child doesn’t talk, he goes to the doctor to find out what’s wrong.

If your child is growing more slowly, you can’t help but wonder what’s wrong with it.

There are times when we do our best, but still feel anxious all the time.

If children end up being different from other children.

If life will go through some hardships.

In this world, there are shining children who walk easily into the middle of the crowd.

There are children who have to practice even holding a pair of chopsticks.