It’s how you handle things after they don’t turn out as you expected that really defines you.
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
Why My Non-Verbal Son’s Smile Is So Important
A smile is worth a thousand pictures.
My Non-Verbal Son Hated Our Fun Outing, But I Don’t Regret Going
The day that I let him whine his way into eating a dog treat is the day that I give up.
Some Days, My Special Needs Son And I Do Nothing…And that’s OK
He deserves it, whether it’s at the end of a monumental weekend or not.
Finding My Non-Verbal Son’s Happiest Place
I’d rather be nowhere else than right here and right now.
Revisiting Summer Fun For My Non-Verbal Son With Autism
People grow. He’s a person. He grows.
Making Sure My Special Needs Child Lives His Best Life
It’s my job to give him every opportunity I would want myself.
It’s Easy Because I Know They Love Me
Life is about finding your home team.
When My Non-Verbal Son Is Naughty, Not Confused
Verbal or non, autism or not, kids are kids.
Being An Advocate, Not A Victim
I don’t hide my scars. I wear them proudly.
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