My 11 Year Old Talks About Life On Lockdown (Feat Emmett Gorski) S3E10

In this weeks (albeit late) episode, I talk about life on lockdown and what it’s like to manage this COVID19 health crisis as a single Dad to 3 Autistic kids. Gavin, (my oldest) is immunocompromised and I have to walk a very, very fine line in order to keep him safe. It’s not easy by …

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My chest is heavy with anxiety tonight

So things are getting a bit more challenging as the days drag on. Emmett is becoming increasingly frustrated with his schoolwork and I hate the idea of continuing to force this additional stress on him. The work isn’t too hard, he’s just overwhelmed by life and homework seems unnecessary. The boys haven’t been going to …

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The Truth About How I’m doing

It’s been a couple of days since I’ve written anything. We’re struggling but holding our own, at the same time. My brain is completely fried and I’m exhausted. I haven’t been able to fall asleep for the last week or so. By the time I manage to pass out, it’s about 6AM and I’m able …

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Managing Depression on Lockdown (S3E12)

In this episode, I open up about how I’m managing my depression while I’m on total lockdown with my 3 Autistic kids. Those of us who live with mental health issues may find ourselves struggling more because of all that’s going on around us. I hope that my experience can help someone else. Please remember …

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Why I’m grateful for today

It’s been a really good day, at least as far as apocalyptic pandemics go. I feel like we’re going pretty good right now. There hasn’t been a great deal of fighting and I even got my laundry done. Well, by done I mean washed and dried. I still have to fold, sort and put away. …

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I’m absolutely failing at this right now

I think that we had a pretty decent day overall and I’m grateful for that. I managed to get some laundry done and even bribe my kids to clean their room. I’m seriously running low on shits to give and I’m not above bribary in order to maintain my sanity at this point. Therapy went …

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Parenting Tips: How To Ease The Transition Of Moving With Kids

Relocating your family can be an exciting experience. But, on the other hand, it can be extremely stressful for your kids, especially since they know that they have no control over the transition. Despite the chaos, your children are forced to get out of their comfort zone, bid goodbye to their friends, and transfer to …

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