Meltdowns are tough on parents, but far worse for people experiencing them firsthand.
Comparing My Special Needs Son To Just One Person
I don’t know what the other kids are doing. Some are talking. Some are reading. Some might have X-Ray vision.
My Special Needs Child Is Not An Excuse
It’s my responsibility to take responsibility when it’s my responsibility.
A Stranger Tapped Me On The Shoulder While My Son Was Melting Down
It was the exact thing I needed to hear at the exact right moment.
Understandable Fear With My Child’s Autism Diagnosis
It doesn’t mean you don’t love your child. In fact, it means the opposite.
Every Good Boy Deserves Fun
He may be non-verbal, but that doesn’t mean he’s non-social.
Handling People Who Know Nothing About Autism
No questions, when asked to by those looking to understand, are ever offensive.
Love, Guilt, Worry: The Many Emotions Of Special Needs Parenting
With a non-verbal boy with autism, it’s not as simple as good, bad, happy, or mad. There’s a lot to process.
I Don’t Just Love My Special Needs Child Because He’s Mine
Loving him “because he’s mine” is just one part of the much bigger equation and dismissive of a bigger point.
Sometimes He’s A Royal Pain
If this was really Medieval Times, the dragon would have been afraid to come near us.
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