I am sure by now you know me and Seth. I found him in his room the other day staring into space just like he did when he was 3. (He's 7 now) I called his dr and asked if it was possible that he could regress and pick up some of those old autistic tendencies that he had when he was smaller. he said it is possible. I also saw him walking down the hall to me after school with that vacant look that autistic children have sometimes. It broke my heart. It's times like these that I feel pretty bad and I feel responsible for his disorder. My brother was high functioning autistic so if there is a genetic link then I carried it to him. I pray and pray that the Lord doesn't let him disappear on me again like when he was 19 months old. Thanks for listening.
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