bI’ve always wanted to share my birth story, and after reading January Harshe’s this morning, I’ve finally decided to do it. I remember, it was December, we had just moved into our new home after being homeless for two weeks, my mum had moved in with us, and it was hot as hell as it… Continue reading Baby Number 3
My son Jay has this funny habit of proclaiming he’s had the best day in his life everything time he has a little fun. Every movie Ry sees is the best movie he’s seen in his life. I don’t know where they learned to have this super positive outlook on life, but certainly not from… Continue reading Best day ever!
My dad is my grandmothers full-time carer. He called me early today asking for help, because he has a sick friend who needs him today. Helping’s not hard, and they have a pool, so of course we said yes. My Nanna is dying. It won’t be much longer, a couple months at most. She only… Continue reading Sneaky Nanna
Seriously! Spoiled brat. Selfish. Self-centred. Dramatic. Petty. Pathetic. That’s all me. So, I know that my marriage sucking was in part due to me. I always say it’s not my fault because he never told me or even hinted at what he needed that I wasn’t giving, but all the same I knew. Anyway. Past is… Continue reading Mrs Immature
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I want to sleep forever. This is my way of saying that I want to die. “Sleep” is my euphemism for “suicide”. Suicide, however, doesn’t always actually mean that I want to kill myself. It’s more complicated than that. Yearning for death is often yearning for an exit to this life in…
http://autisticnotweird.com/five-ways-to-damage/ This article is so good, I’m going to print multiple copies to hide around the house, car, wherever, and hope to God that my husband actually reads it and puts some thought into this. Maybe hearing it from someone other than me will make a difference! Especially number 3 (assume their personalities are skewed… Continue reading Five ways to damage an autistic child without even knowing
This video…. Just, wow. Stories like this, which I know are so common, make me so grateful for having found good doctors, who believed me when I said my son’s behaviour wasn’t typical. That I wasn’t crazy, that I was experienced enough to know what typical is, and what it isn’t. That my son received… Continue reading Amythest Schaber Shares Her Autism Story