Picture a high school cafeteria. Why is it that a table of football players is just that! A table of guys who play football together, they share a hobby which makes them spend time together so at lunch they sit together. Same goes for the cheerleaders. And so on. In this jungle there is a table … More Is It Segregation When Special Needs Kids Sit At Their Own Table?
Friends come and friends go. And if friendships change when you become a mom, then they change even more radically when your child has special needs. A strange thing happened when my son was diagnosed with autism a few years ago. Some of my friends dove for the hills. They didn’t all disappear, but some … More Being a Friend to a Mom Whose Child has Autism