I have recently dealt with a situation that has pushed my mental health to the limit. I am very aware how much of a hot topic mental health is. Everyone should have access to care to help with mental health no matter the issue. Everyone has their issues,
let’s make sure everyone can get the help they need. I am no exception. There is no shame in needing help.
The entire time grocery shopping, my middle son decided that he wanted to hit the every sale price tag he encountered. The tag that sticks out from shelves, he had to hit every single one from every aisle yesterday. Autism parents please tell me you relate.
With the school year starting, the routine and homework starts too. It’s time to make sure that your child is being treated fairly and with all help needed. Don’t be afraid to voice your opinion if something doesn’t seem right. You are your child’s advocate. You can do it.
This is my son, Michael. He has Noonan Syndrome and autism. He loves watching cooking competitions on food network. He is making a three course meal and having us judge him. He is doing great.
I have been asked many times how I am able to balance everything. I have to make sure the school stuff is all set. I need to make sure specialists appointments are all set. All while trying to maintain my job. I have no choice. It has to get done. So I have my coffee in the morning and wine at night. How does anyone else balance everything?
My book is about my family’s journey. This is from the time I got pregnant with my first son until almost a year ago. It raises awareness to Noonan Syndrome and Autism. I hope that I can help and inspire other parents. Whether the child has a disability or not, this book raises awareness. Every parent has good days and bad days, and It’s ok. I hope you enjoy the read and feel inspired. Thanks.
It doesn’t matter how anyone looks. What matters is that you are comfortable with yourself. Everyone has a problem with some part of their body. We need to learn to love ourselves with our faults. I am no different. I am learning to accept it too. Let’s encourage each other.