So many of us are not “neurotypical,” even if we have no diagnosis.
Hi moms and dads 🙂
A little muse tapped me on the shoulder today to let me know that somebody out there needed to read this today. Naturally, when that muse speaks, I oblige. Because somehow, somewhere, she’s usually right.
So come on over and have a seat, and let’s talk.
You’ve just come from the psychologist’s or pediatrician’s office. They said the A-word. In connection with your child. Or rather, they dropped it on you and it might have weighed a ton of bricks.
You might be devastated, grieving for a child that will never be like you imagined. You might have felt all your dreams evaporate and vanish, like ghosts.
Relax. Seriously, it’s OK. You’ve got this. And even though you might not feel that way yet, you will.
Because autism isn’t a boogeyman, nor is it even much of a disorder. There’s an entire, new revolution taking…
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