At a talk I gave to a youth organization, one boy who has Asperger Syndrome asked me how he could help other people understand him and his challenges. He wanted some suggestions for when things get tough. He said that some people don’t listen or want to understand. That was a pretty serious question for a short Q&A session after my talk!
What I told him is that unfortunately some people just aren’t going to listen and might, in fact, be mean. I said don’t worry about the ones who aren’t interested in what you have to say. You can’t change people. It’s a full time job changing yourself and making you into a better person. If you focus on that and work on it every day, things will slowly start falling into place. Have faith in knowing that it’ll work out, even if there are speed bumps along the way.
“When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.” — President Franklin D. Roosevelt
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