How I became a happy dad!)

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Re: How I became a happy dad!)

Postby Wester » Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:02 pm

I have always adhered to this way of influencing people with a pathology of thinking like autism in such a way that it represented real reality as quite acceptable for their perception. Of course, I obviously do not have such an experience in researching this disease and getting rid of it, as E. Beyler probably did, but at the same time I thought it important to do what those who prepared a person at a young age for life had to do, to real life. Society itself wanders in the dark, associating the reality and the world in which it lives on the right, from its point of view, events, phenomena, people, values, goals, and wrong.

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