Mom Posted Rant On Facebook When No One Came To Her Autistic Son's Birthday
February 25, 2015 #impact
By Jing Chen
Glenn Buratti fomr St. Cloud, Florida  invited everyone in his class to his sixth birthday, but not a single person came. He repeatedly asked his Mom, 'When will my friends get here?' 

His mother, Ashlee, was absolutely devastated and took to Facebook to rant. 

"Seeing the look on his face killed me inside," says Ashlee to local news.

She made this post:


To Ashlee's surprise, the response from her Facebook post was very unexpected. 

Watch the following video to find out what happened. 

It turns out that one Facebook post turned Glenn's birthday into one he'd remember forever. 

What are your thoughts on this story? Would you have been as brave as this mother in sharing her story on Facebook? We applaud Ashlee for her bravery. 

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