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Rules To Live By

My good friend, Georgia, posted this on my Facebook wall and I felt it should be shared.


1. Some of us have given up on social skills and don't care what we say or do.

I have found myself biting my tongue more often than not when it comes to what other people say regarding my son and his "situation". It makes me a little sad that I'm reaching the point that I don't care how I come across to some people and their insensitive comments.2. We're not afraid to have a serious "meltdown" of our own.

It's hard to leave home at home when you get to work. I've hard some "meltdowns" of my own in the breakroom and am blessed to have coworkers that are so understanding.3. We are tired and all the patience we have is for our kids.

Isn't this the truth? Sometimes that patience is playing a wicked good game of hide and seek. 4. We have a far shorter fuse for nonsense as a …

Not Part Of Our Life Plan

2 weeks ago my son threatened to jump out of his two story high bedroom window. He had his hand pressing on the screen, ready to push. He was at the window, ready to do it. Spewing hate and anger at his father and I. Calling us horrible things. He just wants a normal life, he screams.
A few months ago he held a butcher knife to his neck saying he wanted to cut his head off. He wanted to die.  Right then and there and he was willing to do it. He hates his life. He just wants a normal life, he screams.
He is on the Autism spectrum.  He has Aspergers Syndrome. ODD ADHD OCD
He's 9y 9mo old. He is my baby boy. My only boy. 
Tomorrow, if a bed becomes available, he will be admitted to the hospital for a two week stay. He does not know this. We aren't telling him. He would fight it so hard and I don't want to put him through that. If he is to be admitted tomorrow, we will take him there, stay with him as long as we can and do our best to assure him he is loved, more than anything…