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See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Answered Questions Did this book make you guys think about autism and mental health in the world? Kristine Autism and Asperger's are not mental illnesses. They are development disorders.
Seems important to make that distinction whenever possible:. I can't find it! We like to keep it a secret. Or sometimes, we are sad but we really don't know why we are sad, so we say we aren't sad but we really are. It is something that Siobhan says to Christopher because she is not sure of how he is really processing this new …more I JUST read that passage last night! It is something that Siobhan says to Christopher because she is not sure of how he is really processing this new piece of information that he found out about his mother.
She mistakenly thinks that he is hiding his true feelings about this news and she is trying to explain how he may be feeling about this new revelation. She really should listen to him; he's told her countless times that he is incapable of telling a lie. It's in chapter on page Why is Christopher such unrealistic? I give this book 2 out of 5 stars. I am reading this book for school and I do not love this crazy book. Stella The author didn't do that much research about autistic people, I think he admitted it himself at one point.
What was with Christopher's atheistic beliefs? Was that also a part of his character, as he couldn't even understand sarcasm in the story? Stefania Lazar I think it perfectly fit his character.
He felt the compulsive need to explain everything logically, he always felt scared by the unknown, so of cours …more I think it perfectly fit his character. He felt the compulsive need to explain everything logically, he always felt scared by the unknown, so of course if he had to choose between a logical, scientific explanation of life and a supernatural one which doesn't really make sense logically, he would obviously choose the science way, since he could understand that. I loved this.
Haddon showed such insight about children with special needs. What is the toll these situation can take on marriage? Kelleen In some cases, instead of the marriage being a relationship between the spouses, all the energy is expended on the child. Nothing is left for loving t …more In some cases, instead of the marriage being a relationship between the spouses, all the energy is expended on the child.
Nothing is left for loving the other, and the relationship deteriorates. The spouse is stressed, but no longer has another to really turn to. Sometimes they can pick it back up and work on the relationship, other times it fails.
Load 5 more questions. Unanswered Questions Is this truly what you believe autistic people are like? Because this is chock full of outdated, poisonous stereotypes and borderline hate-speech, if people would understand such a concept in relation to Neurodiversity which they don't but, oh well. Really, please read something by actual autistic authors to learn about autism. If you want to read a book about Austim spectrum I believe there are better ones.
I think it's poorly written. What is the real story line? Nothing abt the book is exciting. Ask and answer questions about books!
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