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Wednesday, February 24, 2010


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I am so behind on the Internet, and I'm embarrassed about it.

But I'd wait a thousand times longer, a thousand times over, just to read this again.

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Talk about gut punches.

As a parent of a child on the spectrum, I totally relate to this. It's weird to give birth to a child, who in all appearances seems perfect, only to have your hopes/dreams crushed 3 or 4 years down the road......it's a grieving process to give up the child you thought you had. We are 18 years into it, and I will tell you, it is sometimes easier and sometimes harder.

Oh my, just happened onto this post. My only child is autistic. Thanks for expressing so eloquently how it feels to love your child unconditionally and still mourn for what might have been.

Your philosophy of life led me to a whole new world that broadened my horizon.


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