The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism - Q11 - Q30 Summary & Analysis

Naoki Higashida
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Higashida says that people with autism have a difficult time making eye contact because they must use all of their senses to focus and try to understand what the other person is saying to them. While they don’t dislike holding hands with someone, when they see something interesting they tend to let go and run to investigate. Although people often say that he prefers to be alone, this is not true. He often feels that he is causing trouble or annoying other people, so he leaves. This does not mean that he does not want to be around others. Even though someone is standing right in front of him, he sometimes does not notice that the person is talking to him. That makes it appear as though he is ignoring the other person. It would help if people used his name...

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