The problem was that I was seeing my life as a movie.
The negatives that are always so bright in our faces can usually overpower the positives that they create.
In a world where everyone is striving to fit in, any small difference for your kid can be concerning.
It’s not until the movie has ended, that you can talk about it as a whole.
I thought about what it would be like to go back and tell myself in 2011 all that was about to happen.
This is the type of lesson you only understand as life plays out.
Yes, it’s an exaggerated sense of fault in situations like these, but that’s how they become learning experiences.
When my son was very young and newly diagnosed with Autism, everyone was sure he would be “just fine”.
I knew she had her hooks deep into this snow day and wanted nothing more than to jump into the yard like a drunk elf on a trampoline.
When it comes to making yourself a better person, the only expiration is the day you die.