I've been helping my wife through a difficult situation. She has a group of friends, and one of the girls quit talking to them all for a few months. Well, she has starting calling them all again, except for my wife. This all happened around the time Harrison was "officially" diagnosed with Autism. Recently my wife heard, in a round-about way, that the reason this "friend" of hers is talking to everybody except her is because (and she said this) "I just don't think I can deal being with somebody who has a special needs child." This is about the most judgmental thing I've ever heard, and I want to be there to give my wife good advice, but this one has me stumped. How should I address this (keeping a female perspective in mind) with both my wife and her now ex-friend. It really has me angry, and I want to say things to her former friend, but I don't want to ruin any last chances for reconciliation. Any advice?????
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