I know V is doing so good, but those little non-events jus break my heart. We stopped at the park and Partner's friend and her little brother were there. All 4 of them are running around playing. V is desperately trying to fit in but it is obvious that his attempts are not working. He then comes to me and starts tearing up "no one plays with me. I don't know how to play with them, I don't know what to do". I told him what he could tell them, how to engage them "Now, I'm going to cahse you guys and if I catch you you will turn into a vampire". Of course, I did not make that up, but simly followed what the whole game was about. I cried a bit more "I can't remember all that, I don't how to tell them". I assured him that it is hard but he should try anyway. He simply could not do it so I decided to step in and told the kids "V is going to cahse you! Watch out, he wants to turn you into vampires!" and for a brief moment, V was part of the game. It did not last and we left shortly after. Everyone left, not just us, it was quite windy. It is hard to see him struggle and now that it is unlikely to get better. He was trying to get the other's attention by being goofy, standing too close to them, being loud...The more he tried, the worse it was. And I was standing there, powerless. All those little experiences beats him down, he knows. I wish there be something i could do.