'Breaking Through ' (2 Losses = 10 Successes; My Struggle of 23 YRS) Part III Epilogue, an adult of age 28

by Wade Bittle
(Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

The Family Man

The Family Man

The Family Man The Cook

Epilogue


I continue to struggle daily with the social world and depression. Im sure everybody hopes things don't come down to suicide. It's unsure if I will be able to old down a job or go back to my businesses. Its certain that getting back up and taking round 2 at the business enterprising might happen in the near future. The hardest issue will be to communicate to my clients what happened -why I up and left without saying anything.

I just work on little things trying to concentrate on month-to-month, year-to-year or even parts of days to break through the pain.

Its all about striving to a fair and balanced society (even though it's far from that). You give us an opportunity with the correct environment and it's possible we will come up with the next invention or financial saving system. The most important thing for anybody with a disability is the opportunity.

In the meantime we will think positively....
NT's will hopefully over the years learn to interact with Aspies better and in return individuals with Aspergers will do their best in communicating and interacting.

For me I will strive to return the favor when you're feeling depressed and I am their to offer my sensitive, uncanny, insight and comfort.

Thanks for * YOU * the world at large for tuning in and next week, who knows, it may be SUCCESS and Breakthrough #15 "Motivational Speaker and Outdoors Disability Facilitator..!".

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© Book Titles by WDBInk Coming Soon

Book #1: "Re: Bourne" (life story)

Book #2: "The Magnificent Mind" (story with developmental disabilities and not to be confused with Dr. Amens "Magnifcent Mind At Any Age)

Book #3: "Coming Out of the Box - Finding My Identity" (struggle with gender identity and societies lock on me)

Book #4: "To the Core of My Soul" (reflections and theories on God, failure, disabilities, adversity, and what walking in His presence within a relationship for Him means within the context of my deepest stirrings of my soul)
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