The anxiety and over-protectiveness he describes in his mom sounds completely like mine. Only raise you hand once in class no matter how many answers you know, except for science. Crush them. Siblings of disabled children are special themselves. However carefully parents try to pay them as much attention as their sick brother or sister, they live their lives coming second.
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Me and Mom and Dad are planets orbiting the Sun. The rest of our family and friends are asteroids and comets floating around the planets orbiting the Sun. For that entire school year we gave a copy of Wonder to his classmates as a birthday present. When I was at a particularly low point last year, I posted on Facebook about how hard I was finding it to cope.
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Lloyd, of Frederick Place, Llansamlet , Swansea, had previously pleaded guilty to three counts of possession of crack with intent to supply and possession of cocaine with intent to supply when he appeared in the dock for sentencing. The court heard he had four previous convictions for eight offences, including possession of cocaine and possession of an offensive weapon.
Giles Hayes, for Lloyd, said the defendant had worked in Swansea Council's waste management operation but then "got in with the wrong crowd" and began using cocaine. He said his client got into debt as a result of his addiction, and his dealers told him to pay off what he owed by selling drugs for them.
The advocate said Lloyd's drug problem had led to his estrangement from his family, and meant his partner - who is expecting their child next week - had cut off communication with him. Judge Keith Thomas told Lloyd Class A drugs were a serious problem for the community, and the sentencing guidelines made it clear that those who dealt in them would almost invariably receive custodial sentences. Giving Lloyd a one-third discount for his guilty pleas the judge sentenced him to four years for each of the three offences, the sentences to run concurrently with one another making an overall sentence of four years.
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The defendant will serve half that period in custody before being released on licence to serve the remainder in the community. By Jason Evans Court and crime reporter.
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