Well, not really weird, even though that is how you both may feel sometimes. Maybe more like different or uniquely challenged. I have a daughter with ADHD who is always louder and more hyper—different—than other children. I also have a daughter with an anxiety disorder who has struggled greatly as the consequences of her actions have landed her in the legal arena. You haven’t lived until your child has their own probation officer. Still, it’s a different experience. I spoke to a friend today whose son was recently diagnosed with autism. They’ve had to make tough decisions to hold him back a grade, change his school, and adjust the sports he can participate in. All things that make him different than the other kids which in turn can make them feel different from the other families.
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