I know of a young man recently diagnosed. He is very scared and had tried to take his life after initially finding out. He still hasn't really come to terms with all this yet, but is recovering with a relative associated with DS. He isn't quite ready to join us yet, though I think he may be watching in the background. If you could, offer Jimmy words of support or encouragement, he really needs it at this time. Thanks.
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