If you know anything about Asperger syndrome, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety disorders, then you know there is no way in you-know-what this child should be doing what she is doing.
If a teacher put a student with this diagnosis through something similar to this that provoked these kinds of intense and destructive emotional responses in school, the teacher would be in hot water. Job loss would be a real concern. Children and teens with these kinds of real diagnoses need a special kind of compassion and help.
This is not a child championing a cause. This is a child being used by adults who should know better. This girl should be at home, going to school, and living a happy life with supportive adults to … Continue Reading