Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger's - Chapters 23 and 24 Summary & Analysis

John Elder Robison
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Chapters 23 and 24 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 23: I Get a Bear Cub, in early 1990, John's son was born. Little Bear had been sick almost the entire time. Because his wife was sick, he feared that his son would be born sick. Jack was born apparently healthy although he was very small. John still had fears that something was wrong with him. He was also afraid that the hospital might switch babies on them. John made note of the numbers on his hospital ID bracelet. He marked his arm with a felt-tip marker as another method of identification.

John proudly took his son with him everywhere. He wanted to expose Jack to people so that he wouldn't have the same social problems as he did. When Jack was very young, Jack was six when John was officially diagnosed with Asperger's. Since the condition was hereditary...

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