I am a mother of a 12 yr. boy, whom was recently diagnosed with a High Fuctioning Autism. My husband and I are in the process of learning more about the Autism. My son is a very sweet boy, but because of his Autism, he doesn't have friends. He does have one best friend, but lately that friend hasn't talked to him much and the last time he saw him, he kept putting my son down. My son has only 1 friend at school (a girl) but i don't know how good a friends they are. He don't tell me much. He needs a good friend that will stay friends with him and understand him, i feel that he doesn't have that. I know it is difficult for him but i don't know how to help him, especiallly when he won't talk to me about it. Any advice would sure help.
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