That’s how you find appreciation, rather than acceptance.
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
Tag: special needs parenting
5 Misconceptions About My Child’s Autism
Autism doesn’t make him less than you or more than you. It makes him him.
My Special Needs Child Doesn’t Need To Become Anything
What if autism doesn’t make him a super hero doctor like they say on TV?
No Pity Party Parenting For My Special Needs Child
Don’t pity me for my child. I don’t want it and I won’t have it.
My Non-Verbal Son Needs Me, But I Need Him More
I want the world to know. It’s the whole reason I write.
Accepting My Son’s Nonverbal Autism Through Humor And Honesty
There’s no shame in the things that make us who we are.
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.
Yes, My Child With Autism Has A Sense Of Humor
My boy is happy. He expresses it every day.
My Special Needs Son Isn’t Why I’m Late, But He’s Why I Might Leave Early
We stopped at Starbucks and drove around in circles.
My Special Needs Son Changed How I See The World
We may struggle to help our children, but we never struggle to love them
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