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  1. Great post! However, as a person raising an Aspergian who is an Aspergian as well, I don’t think of myself as normal. If I think of myself as normal, than I will always fail in comparison to others. I am different and my son is different and I have come to realize the joy in being different. TY for writing this, I look forward to more posts in the month.

    • That makes a lot of sense. We actually have a post later this month written by a mom in a very similar situation to yours. I actually shared your blog with the author yesterday because you have so much in common!

  2. I’m really looking forward to the rest of the posts this month. I have a 16 year old special kiddo… I’m hoping there are resources and posts for those of us moving toward older adolescence and adulthood because this is a whole new ball game. 🙂 Thank you for doing this!

    • Yes Michele. While I won’t be able to cover this topic as extensively as I originally planned, there will be at least 2 posts–both from family members of an adult who has special needs. So stay tuned!

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