Something said as a lie means the person new the truth to start with, you didn’t know it wasn’t real, you were not lying then and if you edit out the bit that says fact on the post you are not lying now :)
I thought it was a good read, I enjoyed it, no reason to close it just because it wasn’t real, it is still interesting.
I thought it kinda strange that in the story he jumped off a “10 story” building but the safety net was on the 8th floor. Couldn’t he see it then??
I heard it this morning on the radio station where I live and they called it fact. I found the original story but not the wiki link red found. I’ll reopen it but I still feel bad about retelling a lie…
You should leave it open, I mean it is a pretty cool story even if it was in a film and for people like me who have not seen the film before it was even cooler.
Just edit out the real life bit and maybe link to the film ;)
Yeah, eldest is 9 and has ASD and the other one is 7 and has aspergers syndrome, both totally different.
The youngest is 2 and feels like having a child for the first time as he is doing everything he should when he should, he is so funny! Never had that with the other 2 growing up.
I do say though that I could have 10 of the youngest and still find it a breeze compared to the work involved with the other 2.
They are doing well though, they have all the right support and attention so triggers are really minimal these days.
What type does your son have?
How old is he now?
What quirks does he have?