Your words keep me going

I don’t usually live for compliments or expect appreciation for all the work that goes into raising a child with autism. I actually more often brace myself for unexpected meltdowns, complaints, frustration, and anger. But words of encouragement, appreciation, and praise can give me the boost I need to get through the trying times.
Hearing that I’m doing a good job, handled something well, got through a situation creatively, or deal with parenting a special needs child with grace and a positive attitude, can go a long way in boosting my morale and get me through another day.

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