From the Newspapers, translated…
With the coming of Mother’s Day, the district offices yesterday hosted a celebration, to commend twenty-five mothers who are role models. Of them, Liu, who once worked for the banking industries quit her job many years ago, so she could focus wholeheartedly, on caring for her autistic son, Rich.
Liu said, because Rich couldn’t articulate well, every time when he couldn’t get what he’d wanted, he’d thrown his temper tantrums. At first, her moods are affected by her son’s behaviors too, and she’d gotten angered, or punished him. But once, she’d held down her temper, gave her son, a great big hug, and, it’d, calmed him down a lot. She’d used her own example, encouraged other parents with disabled children, to make themselves into role models for their offspring, to not give up.
And so, this, is all because a mother, wanting to help make her child feel better, and, in the beginning, because she didn’t know how to respond to her son’s tantrums, she’d gotten agitated too, without realizing, that children are going to pick up subtle signals from the parents, but, after she’d figured it out, she’d kept her calm, and, her son was also, affected by the mother’s behaviors, so, he remained calm as well.