Silent Sunday

29 Sep

Silent Sunday


2 Responses to “Silent Sunday”

  1. AutismMumma September 29, 2013 at 6:08 pm #

    Very expressive, I like that she can express negativity. D refuses to “draw it out” when she’s sad/angry, it would help if she did.

    • ouremuk66 September 29, 2013 at 7:41 pm #

      I was a bit surprised to be honest. She’s mostly only done happy drawings as she uses art as a soothing mechanism. Until the other day. She was sobbing and screaming and smacking herself on Thursday 😦 and I just could not get a word out of her, then she said “can’t speak, will show you” and drew this. I think it’s a good thing she is learning to communicate the sadness as well as the joy, but it’s painful to watch.

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