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post #21 of 23
Thank you! He truely is brillant and beyond his years. He is interesting to talk to and you really cannot believe the things that roll of his tongue, His behaviors are getting so much better these days. With the help of therapy and behavior modifaction. He also can calm himself which he could never do before.
post #22 of 23

my nightmare

This is my life?
This dark hole?
This cold place filled with cobwebs and soot?
How can this be?
This wasnt the way it was supposed to be!

How did this happen?
Where did it go wrong?
This has to be some kind of joke, right?

When I close my eyes all I see is a dark hallway
At the end a green light
My heart races in fear that is my true life.
This failure is my destination

I am huminliated
Full of sadness and fear
I am ashamed.
I can feel my heart ache and a lump in my throat

Will it change?
Will it get better?
Will that long dark hallway with the green light
Full of cobwebs and soot
Lighten, clean itself up and fill me with warthm
Will it ever?
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by Tinas3muskateers
Thank you! He truely is brillant and beyond his years. He is interesting to talk to and you really cannot believe the things that roll of his tongue, His behaviors are getting so much better these days. With the help of therapy and behavior modifaction. He also can calm himself which he could never do before.

You'll have to share some of those things w/ me. My sons behavoir is over the top right now. PM me if you have any words of wisdom bc his bipolar is acting up right now and i'm and : for help. But to keep this thread on it's focus, we need to either write prose or poetry about it or take it to PMs

BTW, you are writing more poetry...isnt it fun? once it starts to flow, there's no stopping it.
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