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10 Feelings Autism Moms Know

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“A Sisterhood of Strangers”

 
 

1. There are days when it seems like no one cares and that you are in this alone.

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2. And then the support of others totally restores your faith in humanity again.

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3. There are days when you are just too tired to function.

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4. And you fear that you aren’t doing enough.


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5. Because nothing makes you feel stronger than advocating for and supporting your child.


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6. You don’t know what you’d do without your autism parent friends … even if you only chat online.


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7. Because they understand why you stay up at night worrying about your child’s future.

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8. You are frustrated at the lack of services, funding, housing, and employment opportunities for autistic adults.


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9. And sometimes navigating autism in adulthood can be super overwhelming.


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10. But you will never stop fighting because you are a powerhouse, superhero, warrior, and mom all tied into one.


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1 Comment

  1. Tom Capo
    Tom Capo11-18-2014

    Can you provide any advice I can give my cousin? She has a son with autism who likes to apply for credit cards and apparently views maxing them all out as some sort of challenge to be met.

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