No Matter What - Part 1

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  • Published: 13 Jun 2015
  • Updated: 17 Jun 2015
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George is diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, a type of Autism. He has been going to a boy's boarding school since he was seven. The other boys bully him, and he can't control his emotions properly.

One day he meets the strange and mysterious Sam, the only boy he's really ever known who doesn't tease him or try to make him angry. So what will happen when George starts to fall for this wonderful and distant boy?


18. Miss Palton

I convince George to carry Sam into the infirmary and go to sleep. He says he will only sleep if he is in the same room as Sam. He doesn’t sleep for long, and when he wakes, he checks on Sam. Of course he does. You can’t blame him. Not every day a boy with Asperger syndrome has to deal with a girl (who they thought was a boy) collapsing on them, all the while still thinking about his parents splitting up.

The doctor arrives, and we practically have to haul George out of the room. He puts an oxygen mask on Sam and confirms our nightmares. Sam is in a coma. She hit her head hard when she fell, but the doctor says it might not be just that. He needs proper hospital equipment to tell what really happened. He explains that comas can be caused by a number of different things, including just hormones. At the moment, he believes it was the hit to the head and her hormones that put her in this state.

Finally, Emily and Charlie Toltwood arrive. They rush in, only to be confronted by a very angry George, who I believe will actually do anything to protect Sam. George is taken away to be talked to, by his mother.

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