Monthly Archives: June 2011

Documentaries

I mentioned before that PJ and I were recently filmed for a documentary about living with autism. I don’t know when it will be finished or shown, but I do want to mention some documentaries that I have seen about … Continue reading

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Help

No, I am not asking for help, but yes, I want to talk about help. I am a ┬áperson who does not like to ask for help. Three of the hardest words for me to say are , “I need … Continue reading

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What Happened With…?

I am very curious about what happened with some of the interventions that were used 30 years ago to help children with autism. Were they successful? Are they still being used? I did not get a chance to try them … Continue reading

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Speaking For The Pervises

This has been a busy week for me. I recently returned from a National Book Festival in Houston. There were too many books, too many authors and too many choices. It was so easy to get lost in the shuffle … Continue reading

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Will There Be A Happy Ending?

I don’t know about a happy ending, but I do know that the impact of living with a son who is handicapped by autism has caused me to a be stronger, kinder, healthier person. I’d thought I could not endure … Continue reading

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Where Is She?

Where is she? / The me / that I used to be / before my autism odyssey? During my 35 years of living with a son handicapped by autism, I’ve walked (or crawled) a fine line between trying to balance … Continue reading

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