Let’s talk about radical acceptance. What is it despite the obvious meaning of both words? Radical acceptance is a state of accepting things as they come and not fighting against the tide. Despite things not going your way or the way you expect, you embrace the change (or lack thereof) and practice stillness. It is the relinquishing of control and letting things come together the way they are meant to.
So, in Part One of My Life As An Autism Mom, I talked about the challenges of being an autism mom and what that journey has taught me. I felt I needed to do a part two so I can further discuss what I am still learning on my journey being a parent to an autistic child. Autistic folks take things very literally. Like when I want Trey to speak
Hello again. I know it’s been a while. I haven’t been in the mood to blog recently nor had the time but knew it was important to get one in during Autism Awareness month. Being an autism mom is a BIG part of my identity and I didn’t think it would be right to go all month without blogging once. So, get ready for a transparent post about my experience