Not Most Have Easy Life


Not most have a most easy life. Have lots of problems, really need God’s help. Home can leave our hearts having too real hurts. Not sure have to be so hard.

Most important hear love is not available only to some. Love is not really so mean to not include someone. Have to accept that most are lost, I eager to stop lies. Most not stop and learn how God not interested in having lots outside perfections.

Eager to deal inside most awesome love. Like having good help understanding God. Most hope have dealt my huge anger. Am not afraid anymore, have help from God.


Jake McClintick is now 23 years old and has been learning to communicate using a letterboard since age 18. Learning the process of using a letterboard through the Rapid Prompting Method (RPM) was a gradual process that took several years. We are still working on expanding RPM and Jake’s confidence/skills beyond our “work sessions.” 

Regardless, this low-tech alternative communication system has been an answered prayer for us both. At the age of 22 he began expressing his very personal thoughts and feelings more fluently with me (his mom), and it was his idea to begin writing “The Story of My Life” one day.  This was his 18th entry to that story. He is diagnosed with severe autism as well as intermittent explosive disorder. He has given me permission to share his story and our conversations. He continually expresses his desire to “find purpose” to his life…I hope his willingness to share will help others learn about this misunderstood condition known as “autism” that has so much to teach us all.