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As for his own love life, he said he is not dating anyone at the moment. In his book, published by Harper Collins, he suggests holding off on falling in love until at least middle school.
Dating - which he defines as going out to dinner without your parents - is for "kind of old" people, who are 15 or 16.
Don’t let them get to you.” Over a few Shirley Temples yesterday at Langan’s on West 47 Street, Alec said that he culled his wisdom by peeking at his peers at play.
“I saw a lot of boys that had trouble talking to girls,” Alec said.
I guess he had been hearing about it from the news and at home with the recent events in Charlottesville.
So Amanda pulled up info online about the KKK and read it to him.
Nine-year old Diego Pena, who has a bestselling book on autism for parents, educators, and students, (an Art of Autism popular blog) recently wrote this letter to the President.
"I saw a lot of boys that had trouble talking to girls," Alec said.
If I was the journo who wrote that piece I'd feel ashamed of myself.
He's only 9, but this pint-sized pickup artist already knows plenty about pleasing the ladies.
Then she asked, do you want to write a letter to the President to express your feelings about this.
He said ‘yes.'” Diego communicates through pointing to letters on a letterboard. Diego is fully included in a general education classroom with his communication partner, Amanda.
So much, in fact, that Alec Greven's dating primer, "How to Talk to Girls" - which began as a handwritten, $3 pamphlet sold at his school book fair - hit the shelves nationwide last week.