Only Have Hope New, Most Exciting Heart My Soul

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Only Have Hope New, Most Exciting Heart My Soul

“Story of My Life” Year 3


Not so hard lately, more hope than ever before!

Still eager to not hear hateful things in my mind. God is giving me awareness that not need to interest my soul (with) most hate lies. Too stupid I think about it. I hoping more in truth of the God of strength. My most strongest reality my life is hope in the future. Reality of autism I didn’t need interest in hate at all. I hated out of fear and most hard hopelessness. My strength interest in God’s life purpose for me.

I not eager to mistake challenges my life as God’s hate anymore. I know now not truth. Huge challenges not seem good, God sees things in different reality than I can. Eager to trust my life to God’s plan. He behaves how He always behaves in the Bible. He most lets me know I am loved, not hated. 

I have to learn to love myself to heal my heart. I am getting more hopeful I’ll be able to love my reality with God’s love giving me the power to do that.  Eager to see life interesting more dealing a place of love, not hate.

Jake McClintick is now 25 years old and has been learning to communicate using a letterboard since age 18. Learning the process of using a letter board 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. He is diagnosed with severe autism as well as intermittent explosive disorder. He has given me permission to share his story and our conversations.

Jake 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.