What We Owe Our Kids

You ease your own burden by easing the burden of others

I am a parent to a special needs child. To say that it is hard is an understatement. Not everyone is cut out to be a parent. This is even more true when it comes to parenting a child on the autism spectrum. The particular form in which it presents itself for my stepdaughter has an oppositional profile. She is high functioning, meaning…

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