Here is a good example of lifelong friends.
ASD patients have a different perspective on the world than the rest of us do. They react differently to stimuli; what might seem normal to others may be too much for them to handle.
On his first day at Minneha Elementary School, Connor Crites encountered this.
The autistic child found it difficult to cope with the chaos of the first day of school.
Instead of talking to his classmates, Connor balled up in a corner and began sobbing. But thanks to a new friend, Connor was able to walk into the school with pride.
That is due to the fact that Christian Moore, a second-grade classmate, saved him. He walked over to the crying child, calmed him, took his hand and led the way inside.
They were best friends right away.
“I saw him on the ground with Connor, comforting him as Connor was crying in the corner. He takes hold of his hand and leads him to the entrance. He led him inside the school after we waited until the bell rung. What follows is history. Their relationship is unbreakable, according to Christian’s mother Courtney.
People with ASD frequently feel stressed out when they are around a lot of people.
Because of the pandemonium all around him, Connor likely started crying in the corner.
Connor’s mother, April Crites, said, “I dread that someone is going to laugh at him because he doesn’t talk right, or laugh at him because he doesn’t sit still, or laugh at him because he bounces up and down and flaps his hands.
The touching moment was captured on camera by Courtney.
She was so moved by her son’s generosity that she made the decision to share the photo on Facebook in order to uplift others.
“I’m very proud of my son, he saw a boy balled up into a corner crying, so he went to soothe him, grabbed his hand and walked him inside of the school,” she captioned the photo. It is a privilege to raise a child who is so kind and kind! He’s a young man with a large heart, and his first day of school went well.
She is the most proud mother of her devoted child.
In agreement, Connor stated, “He was nice to me. I started crying on the first day of school, and he consoled me, which made me pleased.
Their mothers’ and many others’ conclusions from this episode are that Christian did not see Connor to be different.
It was such a lovely lesson to take away from children.
“Just be nice, open your heart… it’s what we need in this world,” said April. “It doesn’t matter color, it doesn’t matter gender, it doesn’t matter disability, and it doesn’t matter anything.”
Watch their touching video below: