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"You were the first person who ALWAYS saw what he needed, what was bothering him, what he was trying to tell us because you saw his struggles as a loving brother not as a worried parent."

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"I'm just so glad you're my little brother. That's why I say 'I love you' all the time!"

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This is a post by high school freshman Troy Kanji. Troy's 17-year-old brother Sam has autism. "Sam is truly the best brother anyone could ever have and I would not want him any other way."

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I wrote a blog post in the spring about our lives with Mary. I would like to share with you what our lives have been like since losing her.

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If it were not for my sister, and learning about her diagnosis at such a young age, I may never have truly found myself and realized my true potential as an educator.

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"So what does it really mean to be a sibling of someone with autism? It means waking up each and every day knowing that your sibling was put into your life for a reason."

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"Growing up, the only time we ever really bonded was during family vacations. It was customary for my mother to demand, 'No fighting on vacation!' each time we made our way to the airport. Not wanting to upset our parents, and knowing that we were going to be each other’s only source of companionship, we not only obliged, but ran with it."

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"Seeing how much passion Mr. Stewart has for autism has earned him a special place in my brother's heart..."

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