Introduction to autism essay

  • The loving mother teaches her child to walk alone. She is far enough from him so that she cannot actually support him, but she holds her arms to him. She imitates his movements, and if he totters she swiftly bends as if to seize him, that the he might believe that he is not walking alone…her face beckons like a reward, an encouragement. Thus, the child walks alone with his eyes fixed on his mother’s face not on the difficulties in his way. He supports himself by the arms that do not hold him and constantly strives toward the refuge in his mother’s embrace, little suspecting that in the very same moment that he is emphasizing his need of her he is proving that he can do without her, because he is walking alone. (Kierkegaard)

    Introduction to autism essay

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