She’s Growing Up: A Change of Plans

She’s Growing Up: A Change of Plans

I “met” Monica Bruno in a blogging group that had nothing to do with autism. Autism only came up because we were talking about shared pinterest boards or something. She said that, like me, she also had a child with autism. It wasn’t a large group. I...
One More Time: The Story that Needs to be Told

One More Time: The Story that Needs to be Told

When my son Christopher was first diagnosed with autism, I delved into online research. Cathy Jameson was a name I came across again and again, courageously sharing the story of her son Ronan’s regression into autism and her family’s journey. Her writing...
Ryan’s Autism Recovery: His Mom Knew He Was In There

Ryan’s Autism Recovery: His Mom Knew He Was In There

Today’s guest blog comes courtesy of Marcia Hinds, autism mom on a mission to change the face of autism and spread the message that autism is medical and treatable. This post, originally published in Autism Eye Magazine and posted here with permission, was...
The Heart of His Sister

The Heart of His Sister

Today is National Siblings Day. All siblings are special people, but the siblings of those affected by autism are pretty amazing. They are often given more responsibility and less attention than if they didn’t have autism in their lives, and so many times they...
Some Much-Needed HOPEISM from The Indomitable Warrior

Some Much-Needed HOPEISM from The Indomitable Warrior

Michelle Guppy handles everything in her life (which is a lot) with grace, insight and never-wavering faith. She coined the term HOPEISM (the belief that our faith and God’s faithfulness will collide), which she not only practices daily but shares to help and inspire...
The 12-Step Program to Overcoming Guilt-Addiction

The 12-Step Program to Overcoming Guilt-Addiction

The words that come to mind when I think of Mary Romaniec are tireless, humble, and inspiring. I am so grateful to her for contributing to this month’s guest blogs. She wrote this post, graciously sharing her insight on a topic that all special needs parents,...
Autism/Not Autism: My Two Sons

Autism/Not Autism: My Two Sons

This blog comes to you courtesy of Holly Riley, an amazing warrior mom and a personal friend of mine. I think her piece is the perfect choice to kick off this month’s guest blogs because it may challenge what you’ve been told about autism. I am so grateful...

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