The chain of reasoning in these scenarios always involves fantastic leaps and a narrow selection of supporting actors and environments, but most of us, at some point in our lives, engage in the fantasy.
One of the greatest challenges of raising a neurodiverse child is not knowing when to let that child fail. Throw the child in the water. Will the child swim . . . or sink? First we have to consider immaturity. Next we factor in anxiety. Third we factor in . . .