No matter how quickly a society develops, it seems to take a long time to learn to somehow accept other people. The realization that being different from others is not a bad thing, but rather something unique and special will make this world a better place for those who now feel like a stranger.
Meet 9-year-old Adhara Perez Sanchez from Mexico City, who has higher IQs than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
Adhara has always different and other people did not understand him. Fortunately, this does not apply to parents who realize that their daughter is special in some way.
From an early age, Adhara was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder. As a result, she found it difficult to adjust, and her friends often bullied him. Her mother once saw how some of her classmates locked her in the playground and called her “strange.” It broke her heart. She knew that she needed to do something to protect her daughter. After all the teachers accused Adhara of not liking everything that happens to the children in the classroom and at school, the most logical thing was to exclude Adhara from school and teach her at home.
After spending a lot of time with their daughter, Adhara’s parents realized that she was too smart for her age.
One thing led to another, and experts soon realized the same thing. This beautiful girl graduated from elementary school at age 5 and high school at age 6.She is currently studying at CNCI, Universidad, Mexico, with a degree in mathematical production and a degree in systems engineering.
Forbes magazine named Adhara one of Mexico’s 100 Most Powerful Women.
This smart little girl, once thought to be strange and unfriendly, is now working on a special bracelet to help children with emotional autism learn to recognize emotions and communicate. This will prevent cramps and other shocks.
For Adhara to flourish and her life to change dramatically, it has enough for someone to see his autism and accept him for who she is.