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More More Questions Than Answers

Being the parent of a son with autism has been the ultimate challenge of my life. Most other challenges pale in comparison. Since it is such a long lasting, never ending  challenge, I have been taught patience and endurance, but … Continue reading

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More Questions Than Answers

Since “Inspired By Autism” came out, I have been trying to get answers to questions about autism. I know that there are not a lot of answers, but I have been trying to find out about treatments that have actually … Continue reading

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The PJ Foundation Calendar

“We are the children of God”. Romans 8:16 The PJ Foundation is publishing a calendar for the year 2013. The children featured in the calendar are all children with disabilities, including PJ.  Most of our “calendar kids” attend one of … Continue reading

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The Autism Walk At The Palace–2

Growth comes when we aim for our ideal, and not necessarily when we achieve it. –Sheryl Towers Once again PJ and I participated in the Autism Walk that is given by Autism Speaks  every year all over the country. This … Continue reading

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Inspired By Autism

“How people think about events in their lives determines how they feel about them”. Aaron T Beck. This is another way of saying the same thing that Dr. Norman Vincent Peale said, “Once your perception of an object (or situation) … Continue reading

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Caregiver Fatigue

Before I talk about caregiver fatigue, I want to mention that my computer was hacked, my facebook page and e-mail were hi-jacked and I could not receive or send e-mails. The perpetrator pretending to be me was asking for money … Continue reading

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Your Children

“Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of life’s longing for itself. They come through you but not from you. You can give them your love, but not your thoughts…” These words from Kahlil Gibran … Continue reading

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