posted on May, 3 2013 @ 03:04 PM
Originally posted by LastStarfighter
If you as a mother do not understand how revealing your childs psychiatric diagnoses could cause future harm then you are naive.
No, I think your son is a normal gifted variant to be honest. I think later in life if tries to get a job and for some reason its found that he was
diagnosed with a psychiatric condition be it false or true, it may have negative effects.
How can you take back what you've posted about him "when he's old enough to tell he doesn't want you to type about him"
Drilling this idea that he has autism into his head won't help neither will the synthetic drugs.
First of all, I've not told my son he has a diagnosis of autism. Second of all, if you want to give medical advice, I'll need to see your medical
I've not shared nearly enough information about my son for anyone online to adequately diagnose him. Heck, I had a hard time trying to understand
this and I childhood development is my chosen field! He's unique, no doubt about that.
If, in the future, an employer decides not to hire my son based on a medical diagnosis....that's discrimination. Not that I think it's a big
concern, he's incredibly gifted with computers and I think he's going to be just fine.
If I, as his mother, truly thought that something I wanted to share would in anyway harm him, then I would never post it. The fact is, I don't see
the harm in what I've mentioned.
But I do thank you for your concern and warning. I know they are kindly met, and it's appreciated.