A beautiful piece.
That was my side of the story, where all was calm and gentleness.
Ian’s side of the story was slightly different.
In my book, I described it as follows: “I started taking Ian into the classroom every morning. He wouldn’t sit, and he most certainly wouldn’t look at me when I asked him to. You’d have thought I was asking him to peel his own skin!” So for Ian, it was more of a challenge.
He moved around a lot in his seat; he made strange noises; he kept trying to get up; his hands were everywhere. But then …
“… after a few scary days, he did start to sit still for more than a few seconds at a time, and he did start to give a fleeting glance in my direction when I asked for it. ”
(“From the Inside” Chapter 5)
Something changed in…
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