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Name: crystal coast
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hi i have a 12 year old with autism in witch we had to put in a group home this past year yes i was the mom that always said i would never put him in a home he was haveing so many prb.and we never had any help from family it was the hardest thing i ever had to do in my life but i still get him 1 time a week and have the say in his life i also have 3 other kids 2 girls that dont have it and a little boy soon to be 3 that may have it doctors have not said yet if so he has the high autism i hurt every day and miss him but we could never go no where do any thing and it was so hard on the other kids i rember my 14 year old girl just crying and falling to the floor after seeing some of the things he would do so hard just wanted to talk to someone is there anyone out there that is going through what i am?
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Name: VKaufmann | Date: Feb 5th, 2011 2:35 AM
I may not be in your exact situation...but I truely feel for you. If you need someone to talk to just put AUTISM in the subjext so I dont accidentally erase it as junk mail...
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Name: erachael | Date: Feb 6th, 2011 2:45 AM
I have not put my son in a home, but have had family members suggest that I do. He is 6 yr.s old so I have no clue what the future holds but I can tell you it felt awful hearing that from family. The fear this family member had was my son would hurt her younger son, My son is a happy boy and we can go out in public but it can be difficult. I also have my daughter, who is 7 yr.s old, and I set up play dates, sleepovers. and mommy daddy daughter dates. I understand the difficult juggling act. I hope I can care for my son until 18 and then let him live in assisted living of some sort. All parents worry when is the right time to let go and sometimes that troubling choice is made for them. At every new struggle the child goes through so do their parents. One heck of a rollercoaster ride filled with tears , fears, and love. 

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