This is the exact format of nearly every call. It must be in a handbook.
Autism Is Not His Excuse
I know that it’s easy to eyeroll when you read someone says that they were “inspired” by their child’s “courage”. But let’s get serious here for a second…
For Friends Who Don’t Have Special Needs Children
I don’t keep a running tally on who has it better or worse between us. That’s not how friendships work.
My Son Doesn’t Suffer From Autism
Every diagnosis doesn’t require grief-stricken language.
If I Can Do Anything Then She Can Do Anything
Believing your kids can do anything is easy. Believing in your own ability to show them how to do those things is hard.
My Special Needs Son, My Illogical Guilt
The responsibility I feel has more to do with me than it does with him.
Prank Phone Calls With My Daughter
In my day, we didn’t have internet. We had prank phone calls and they were awesome.
Reasons I’m So Protective Of My Child With Autism
Simply put, he’s mine and I’ll watch over him forever.
You’re Not Doing Anything Wrong
Don’t let anyone heap guilt on you for the sake of their own ego.
Running To Third
I had no idea where this concept came from. For the record, I have never stolen gas.
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