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What is it like? I wonder and hope that I understand him.
I know what it is like to be a teenager
Out of control/In control
Knowing all and being smug
Knowing nothing and being scared
But his mind
I do not know what I think I know
He "doesn't know" either
Last night, frustration over a small thing
Erupts into a small (for him)
Big (for others) Tantrum
How does this work?
This Asperger thing?
Why and how and where
I clean up part of the mess (new carpet!)
He storms downstairs, still not calm
I talk calm but firm
(He will have to clean up the rest of the mess)
The mess that was a cause/consequence of his frustrations
He goes upstairs to his room again
Glaring is something he does well
Calm and cleaning up
This is my son
I worry about him
I know he will be fine
This smart/sad/frustrated/anxiety-bomb of a teenager
This wonderfully funny/frustrating/child of mine.
What will he be like in five years?
(I don't know)
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