They’re just extra steps needed to make his practice into perfect.
He doesn’t have to ask, expect, or appreciate. I do it because I love him
Meltdowns are tough on parents, but far worse for people experiencing them firsthand.
It’s my responsibility to take responsibility when it’s my responsibility.
It was the exact thing I needed to hear at the exact right moment.
It doesn’t mean you don’t love your child. In fact, it means the opposite.
He may be non-verbal, but that doesn’t mean he’s non-social.
No questions, when asked to by those looking to understand, are ever offensive.
With a non-verbal boy with autism, it’s not as simple as good, bad, happy, or mad. There’s a lot to process.
Loving him “because he’s mine” is just one part of the much bigger equation and dismissive of a bigger point.