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Chapter 316 His True Feelings

  • A while back, Cora learned that Martin couldn’t speak, and it was highly likely that he had developed autism. Through various sources, she found out that if she could seek treatment from Johnson, there was a 70% chance of a cure. Cora persistently sought Johnson's whereabouts, only to learn that he had been abroad for the past few years. Cora had even made a plan. After obtaining a passport for Martin in the next two weeks, she would take him abroad to find Johnson.
  • Despite having made the plan, Cora hadn’t been able to find the exact whereabouts of Johnson. But now Jerry said that he had Johnson’s whereabouts. She couldn’t care about anything else and immediately choked up the soup. As soon as she put the bowl away after drinking, she asked, “Where is he?” “Don’t be in such a hurry, okay? Wipe your mouth first.” Jerry handed her a tissue. But Cora didn’t pick it up, and in the end, he could only compromise. “You win. He’s in New York.” Cora was speechless. She never expected that he would be in the place she least wanted to go at the moment.
  • But at that time, Martin ran to her side, grabbed her hand, and motioned for her to look at the painting he had just drawn that day. In that painting, there were many children. Cora thought that Martin was still longing to play with other children. It was just that he couldn’t speak and had been rejected by many kindergartens. That was the most painful aspect that Cora felt. Cora was already unable to provide Martin with a complete family, and now she feared she might not be able to give him a happy childhood either. Thinking about those hardships, Cora suddenly embraced Martin in her arms and said, “Martin, it’s okay.
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