What He Does, Not What He Doesn’t

For many, my son having "special needs" means focusing on the things he can't do. It overshadows many of the powerful things he can.

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Life After Stress

Worrying never did anything for me. All it did was make the moments before uncertainty worse by filling me with impending dread.

Her Brother’s Keeper

The tiny little person who we were most concerned about in terms of dealing with her brother's Autism pretty much schooled us on how to deal with her brother's Autism.

Making The Best Things In Life Better

There are certain pieces of advice that make us roll our eyes. The old adage about the best things in life being free can be put into that category.

Da Vinci, Van Gogh, and My Kid

I want her to believe that she's the best artist on Earth. Why? Because she is.

My Uninspiring Path To Spiteful Fitness

I forced myself to ride the exercise bike for at least 30 minutes and did a series of weights afterwards. With each rep, I seethed with anger.

I Don’t Care That I’m Getting Old

All the "Just For Men" hair dye commercials and black birthday balloons with tombstones on them can't shake me.

Dad Discrimination

So many people like to preach about the importance of fathers in a family unit but then look down on them when they arrive pushing a stroller.