There are many diseases and disorders that people have to deal with on daily basis, and unfortunately it is a reality to be faced. The list goes on and on, but medicine has improved drastically in the past hundred years to the point where almost all diseases are known with some cure or a reliever. An interesting disorder however is the Autism Spectrum Disorder; mistakenly as a single disorder, but in reality is a chain of related disorders with a sharing a chain of symptoms. Most individuals on the autism spectrum have common problems to a degree such as social skills, empathy, communication, and flexible behavior. However the degree of disability and the combination of symptoms is relatively different from one to other. In example, two children might be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and still look completely different when it comes to their abilities and behavior. If I were to be a parent of a diagnosed child with Autism Spectrum Disorder, I would seek medical and psychiatric help for me and the child as we grow together. It also means learning difficult terms that accompany autism spectrum, including high-functioning autism, atypical autism, autism spectrum disorder, as well as pervasive developmental disorder and many more. These terms can be frustrating and confusing at times, not only because there are so many and misleading, but because doctors, therapists, and other parents often use them in dissimilar ways. It is very hard to deal with a situation as such, the mental and physical worn to the parents is devastating, for the child growing up as the sick kid and being picked on as well, simply because kids do not know better, is just not fair. But time is a great healer and I am sure it will prepare me as it progresses, and as a parent it is not right to abandon a child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.