Why are #Autism parents Judged so Harshly? (S1E5)

If you’re an Autism or Special Needs parent, you are probably all too aware of what it feels like to be judged by those around you. My wife and I are no exceptions.

I know how bad it feels to be judged and I see how badly others are impacted by this as well.

Because this impacts so many people, I wanted to devote an episode to talking about judgment. It’s so important to help people understand how their words and actions can impact others.

Give this a listen and then pass it along to someone who could use the insight or would benefit from being reminded that they aren’t alone.. ☺

Read This  My kids successfully drove me batshit crazy tonight 

  • Right?? So frustrating…..especially when you are the only parent caring for them cause the other… https://t.co/ph99pRYdhl

  • Wish I knew!
    It’s hard enough as it is being patronised by specialists, support agencies and govern… https://t.co/p718BhDA86

  • I’ve got a hot pink shirt saying when you’re done staring at my child then maybe we can work on your issues.

  • Seeing a parent with an Autistic child work through a tantrum focused and loving the child, redirec… https://t.co/u9rUwVbiaP

  • TJB TJB says:

    Because it’s easy to judge someone whose shoes you’ve never donned. That meltdown is not an ill man… https://t.co/DIXhqZ6DT3

  • mark wilson mark wilson says:

    i don’t judge and anyone who does is clearly an uneducated ignorant idiot,,

  • Spicy Spicy says:

    I haven’t read your post (mobile bound currently) but I feel you guys are judged harshly as a whole… https://t.co/72Hisz85K8

  • Katie Katie says:

    I think people’s problem with parents who have a disability that we are incapable of taking care of… https://t.co/98MQlx0Y6a

  • Matthew Matthew says:

    If never noticed if I’ve been judged by people and I really don’t care.

    • BeckyW says:

      So, probably any theoretical judgmental people didn’t actually say anything to you? Because it isn’t “noticing” judgmental people. It’s having them verbally criticize you, and especially during a sensitive moment when you’re trying to deal with your child.