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What I Learned About Parenting and Autism as a Neurotypical Kid

Your children are just as worried about you as you are about them… My younger brother, Preston, was diagnosed with autism on December 29th, 2002.  My mother would often retell the story in great detail, saying, “I’ll never forget the neurologist slamming us in the face with the diagnosis while you and Austin were standing […]

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Parenting and Autisming – A Loving Perspective

Parenting having Autism - A Loving Perspective

There are many articles about parenting a child with autism, but what about parenting when you’re the one with autism? I’ve heard it said that people with autism don’t like relationships or children.  I should probably let all the mothers and fathers with autism know they’ve clearly been “autisming” wrong. When I autism (it’s a […]

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