What do we do on those dark and gloomy days? Do we let that energy suck us into no mans land or do we switch it up and do a little dance? Its not obvious for some but the sun is not only beautiful it is healthy and it give off vitamines and light energyContinue reading “Sunshine In My Pocket”
The Good, The Bad & The Ugly We all know how butterflies and rainbows it is to have children involved in our lives.They test you and love you and do amazing things with boogies. The littles loves of iur lives could do no wrong. So what happens when something does go wrong, i used toContinue reading “Parenthood:”
What is wrong isn’t always right? What is right isn’t always wrong? What makes something right, isn’t always right, right? Sometimes, we just have to stay neutral to evaluate a certain situation. Holding reactions back and allowing yourself to observe the whole part. There are dynamics in relationships that get us confused or unsure ofContinue reading “Right, Wrong & Neutral”
Do you remember when your mood swings started? It is funny but seriously, it is part of nature that everyone goes through. Puberty. It is when kids feel like they are capable of being an adult yet have no idea how to be an adult. How can you compare people’s experiences, is there something worthContinue reading “Relatable Tweens”
What is a meltdown? Is it the same as a tantrum? I had no idea they were different until I started researching about aggressive outbursts. As I read more and more on autism and how others cope. It has become clear that many adults fear the meltdowns of their autistic children. Children become adults andContinue reading “Aggression & Autism”
Sometimes you have to wait in the darkFor what seems like forever StuckCertain no progress is being made,not even a little growth Nothing seems aliveYou, least of all It doesn’t even feel like waiting, truth be told,Since waiting implies an end in sight —and you haven’t seen one of those in ages. You’re sure you’veContinue reading “Repost – Poem”
Every day is a great day to learn something new! Who knew that there are recipes on google for autistic children. I had no idea. My son is 12 years old and has mild autism. He loves to cook and he would love to bake. Now he will be able to with minimal supervision.
What price are you willing to pay for peace of mind? What are you willing to do to have a comfortable, nontoxic life filled with joy and happiness? Over the years I have found it more comfortable to be alone. Alone in my home, surrounded by my go-getting vibes. My nuclear family is quite manipulativeContinue reading “Peace Of Mind”