I can remember many years back when my son got over stimulated in a ball pit at a birthday party and I carried him out of the place kicking and Autism accept adapt advocate puzzle Halloween screaming while some folks were saying I needed to discipline him!
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I was born with autism, I’m 22 and everyday is difficult for me. I still have meltdowns but not as much as for when I was younger, I think that might be because I have a emotional support dog by my side. I trained him to help me with all my needs, I love him to bits. Autism accept adapt advocate puzzle Halloween I write blogs too about my day to day struggles and how I see the world. If you want to check them out, my blog is called Chaotism. Just search it in on the Facebook search engine and it will take you to my page
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Agree I have a 4 year old that has autism. People can judge my parenting skills all they want because unless you understand children or adults with autism you will never understand their meltdowns and the reasons they have them. I don’t understand the “sad emojis.” I love every second with my little one and wouldn’t change her for anything. I love the way she sees the world.. yes, there are times when I’m at a loss and get frustrated but again, wouldn’t change her. I think you’re seeing “sad emojis” because it’s sad that our kids are often misunderstood…even by us, their parents.
I wouldn’t change my daughter either, but it’s OK that I get sad thinking about the challenges she faces and the mistakes I’ve made.