Tag Archives: Asperger’s Syndrome

For Extraordinary Parents

This is an excerpt from Jodi Picoult’s book, House Rules. Emma is speaking, a single mom of two teenage sons, one of them has Asperger’s. It reminded me of my friend Ashley’s post, Sleep Tight, and I think we all … Continue reading

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Different?

Are you different? If you think about it, it’s impossible to answer because there’s something missing. It’s missing the thing you might be different from. Are you different from Andre the Giant? Are you different from Bob Marley? Are you … Continue reading

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Brotherly Love

Upon reading the post where I mentioned him, Brent Pease reached out to me. He has a brother with Cerebral Palsy and they are competing in a triathlon together. I love what I see in them. Three brothers who are … Continue reading

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Stigmas and Signs

Adam and Kristina have a son named Max. Jake and Ashley have a son named Caleb. Max and Caleb both live within the Autism Spectrum. Caleb lives in Tallahassee, so my family gets to spend a lot of time with … Continue reading

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