“How Rewarding, Death Must Be,” Said My Autistic Son

His unique mind offers me some different perspectives on death

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Like most parents, I have a special, unique connection with each of my three kids. My oldest son can be as stubborn and argumentive as I am (though to his credit, he doesn’t have my quick temper), my younger son always thinks about certain “useless” questions deeply as I…

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I’m an associate professor in psychology at a small university in southern New Mexico. I like playing musical instruments, basketball, and writing stories.

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Mark Chu

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I’m an associate professor in psychology at a small university in southern New Mexico. I like playing musical instruments, basketball, and writing stories.

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