Some days, that's all you can do. Thing One is your typical moody teenager. One minute, he's happy as can me. Next minute? Not so much.
He's also struggling with figuring out how his 'quirky' factor plays into some of his reactions. We've been working with him to understand how having autism makes it more difficult to read the cues of others.
During a recent meltdown, he cried out "Why? Why? Why do I have this alzheimers?"