Myth: Autistic children don't feel emotions.
They can love.
They can become frustrated.
They can get angry.
They don't express it in the same way as everyone else.
They may have difficulty expressing physical affection or expressing their frustration.
Parents with autistic children have to learn how their child expresses their emotions.
Parents have to learn to adjust their behavior to express emotion back to their child.

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