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It’s Spring Break and I’m trying not to stress out over it

Today marks the first official week of Spring Break. This means that the boys will be home all week.  Spring Break is like a practice run for Summer Vacation. We get a chance to remember how challenging it is before we’re thrown into roughly one hundred days of the boys being home.  I really enjoy …

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My kids are driving me completely insane today and here’s why

Holy shit….. My kids are driving me completely bonkers today. I like to think I’m in a good enough place to be able to cope longer with some of this stuff but not today. Gavin will not stop talking. In fact, he literally follows me around the house, talking at me and not to me. …

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We’re celebrating a little victory today

I’ve written this post out twice now and each time WordPress somehow eats it. For that reason, I’m going to keep this short and sweet..  I took Gavin with me to the grocery store the other day. He always wants to push the cart but I usually avoid this because he doesn’t pay attention to …

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Why getting my youngest with #Autism to school is so exhausting 

Remember last night when I said that I suspected Emmett was going to have a difficult time this morning? That turned out to be the understatement of the year.  Emmett was beside himself all morning long. Lizze and I tried forever to help him through whatever emotional hurdle was in his way but we didn’t …

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He’s driving me f@#king crazy today

Let me start things off by reminding everyone how much I love my kids.  I’ve got tons of new readers and I just want to be clear on that because of the tone of this post. That said, and with my profession of unconditional love for my children, here’s the deal. They are driving me …

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Bad News news to share about Gavin

I’ve been putting off a really important update recently because I’m still processing some of it, at least I’m trying to. During our last meeting (this past Tuesday) with Dr. Pattie, Gavin did another mission debriefing. This debriefing was a little different because we learned something new about the status of his current psychosis. After …

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My Broken Heart: The True Story of The Bare-Handed Man

Why do we treat those with disabilities so cruelly? This story happened on February 22, 2011, and forever changed my life. Please help me share it. This is why we desperately need #Autism Awareness… As scene on @CNN Mon April 16, 2012.