Today’s #Autism Victory: Grocery store success



I wanted to share a victory we had today.  Lizze and I took the boys to the grocery store this afternoon,  on a day that the boys were having a pretty rough time.  We explained to the boys that we really need their help to make sure we don’t forget anything at the grocery store.

I’m pleased to announce that the boys did amazingly well.

There wasn’t any fighting and no one had the gimmes.

Great job boys. 🙂



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I wanted to tell you: the other night, I had a problem with my computer, and things like that tend to send me into a meltdown: rocking back and forth, hitting things and myself, throwing myself against walls, throwing things against walls, hyperventilating, and what have you. I was trying to keep myself under control until Michael, my boyfriend, could help me fix the computer. He had a friend over named George and he was helping George with something. So I waited, and tried to keep myself under control. And I managed, mostly: all I did was rock back and… Read more »