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Happy Hump Day! Today Military Special Needs Network is guest blogging over at Tidewater Parent for our weekly gig. Head over and check out this post – and let me know your thoughts! -Kelly
“Boy, that’s something I never thought I’d say. For years, I’ve railed against the neurological conditions that have so impacted my sons’ lives. I’ve documented the harm that has fallen my son due to his aggression and self-injurious behaviors. The grief we have felt due to his limitations has been strong and deep. But slowly…ever so s-l-o-w-l-y, my thought process has changed. My view on autism has changed. I still fear for my sons’ futures…”
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I haven’t read your full article yet because I am in a hurry. However, just by the title of it, here is my comment. If we really look at our lives and look at how much we have (even those who have “nothing”), sometimes it is easy to be thankful for those things which make us “different” than the rest of the world. When we read about things on the net, things in the news, and when we see what “lots’ of people, young and old are doing ,sometimes we can honestly say, “Thank God I am not like the “majority” or not like the “average” person. Nice name for a topic. I will be back to read it at another time. Thank you.
Great post! Feeling the same way!