I really needed to hear this. I have an intense child whom I love dearly, but I feel surrounded by ideas about how to "fix" him. I admit I've tried some of these but they haven't changed anything. This blog post sends a terrific message, that a child can have nothing "wrong" with him other than the strong personality he was blessed with.
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