This is the second blog post of the day. The first one has been deleted. You may or may not have seen the first.
Here’s the constant problem: how do I write about Nate truthfully without making him look bad? It’s a a fine line to walk, but to be completely honest and helpful to those in similar situations, sometimes what I write will make him look bad; sometimes I‘ll look bad too. That’s why I even engage in the process, to show the struggle of raising an autistic child, warts and all.
So I wrote a post about Nate’s struggles with issues of personal space, but on second and third thought it may have made him seem creepy. Now it’s down. I’m not sure that was the right thing to do either.