All I do is work my ass off to help my child behave in a socially acceptable way that is barely passing.
Based on the number of videos coming out this year, steps need to go into preventing these incidents from occurring, not just catching people. Once the damage is done, it is done!
10 things to remember after April
As of now, I only tell people on a need-to-know basis. But I am second guessing this decision
And I find myself torn between wondering if she can help it or if she is doing it on purpose because she knows logically when we talk about these situations what is wrong, but she continuously does the wrong thing.
She wants things to be black and white.
Whether it is her reaction to a gift not being what is expected or looking in different directions for a family photo— the smallest things can set her off, or even upset others.
But how does that help me now? Now that there is nowhere left to go? Does no one understand that our children are capable of growing? That they won’t always be the bad kid.
The majority of parents I know will tell you that their babies smiled, waved, and made eye contact within the normal developmental range when they were infants. Those milestones convinced both ourselves and general practitioners that our children were in the clear. But they weren’t.
We are bombarded by opinions and comments often. This is my advice to other families: Do not listen to what other people say about your child. I think the most common jab that we get are the constant comments from people trying to convince us our child doesn’t have autism. Or ADHD isn’t real. We’reContinue reading “Day 6: You can’t listen when your mouth is running”