No heroes. No villains. Ashes to ashes, we all fall down.
I'm James Guttman, father of two children. One non-verbal with autism and one non stop verbal with attitude. New Posts: Every Monday and Wednesday
Can’t Hurt Them, Can’t Hurt Me
Words only have power if you let them. When they were pointed at me, I let them.
Being Okay With Not Being Okay
The worst moments of our lives haven’t happened yet, but the best moments haven’t either.
And Now, The Year After
Hi, Blog. I’m grateful.
Giving Directions When You’re Lost
My words made my daughter feel better, but they also made me feel better too.
Broken machines don’t give prizes. Broken people don’t give love.
His Toy’s Batteries Died, But My Son Couldn’t Tell Me
He might not always have someone there to check on his batteries. That’s the whole problem that many special needs parents face.
Making Corrections To My Non-Verbal Son’s Life Skills
They’re just extra steps needed to make his practice into perfect.
Doing The Things My Non-Verbal Son Didn’t Ask For
He doesn’t have to ask, expect, or appreciate. I do it because I love him
Parents Take Heat For Their Kids
When they return, the house will be cool, just like their dad.
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