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Bridging the Chasm

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October 13, 2016 Something that I try very hard to remember when dealing with Autism Parent Land is this: Just because Susie had an experience that doesn’t match mine, it doesn’t mean her experience is invalid and it doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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Things I Wish Everyone Understood about Autism, My Child, and Me

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I understand that my child really had encephalopathy and mitochondrial dysfunction, but he is still officially diagnosed with autism, and I need that label to get treatment.  So autism it is.  Until it isn’t.  A lot of us are like … Continue reading

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50 Shades of Grey: Autism Style

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I’ve noticed lately that there are a lot of folks who seem to believe that if you don’t agree with them about everything, then you are “the enemy” – even if you were best buds last week.  My daughter pointed … Continue reading

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