They’re just extra steps needed to make his practice into perfect.
There was a feeling of guilt, as if I did something wrong, and I didn’t want to tell anyone.
2012 was a big year for me. It was the one that changed my life.
For a story of gradual changes, this is one of the few moments I can pinpoint exactly.
The only thing you can really say is “bless you”.
I’ve watched him push forward to take steps that no one – myself included – was predicting years ago.
We never smelled the roses because we were thinking of all the seeds left to plant.
He doesn’t have to ask, expect, or appreciate. I do it because I love him
“Autism” is as general a term as “parenting.” They’re both deeply personal and different for everyone.
Meltdowns are tough on parents, but far worse for people experiencing them firsthand.