Minn. teen with Asperger's syndrome writes to inspire peers
Fourteen-year-old Armond Isaak says he chose to write about his personal struggles with Asperger's Syndrome in his book, "Armond Goes to a Party" to inspire his peers.
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#1 Apr 4, 2014
Regarding anyone's having Aspergers Syndrome, the spectrum of Autism, please truly know you can, especially through researching this disorder, and through our true world saviors God and Jesus, you truly can always become mentally healthier, stronger, truly kinder, truly happier, and ultimately important, truly like yourself so much better, daily, as thankfully, a whole, new, and different world continues being opened up to you.
#2 Apr 4, 2014
buh wah ha ha...sure
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