Month: February 2020

  • I Say Your Kid May Be Austic? Be Happy – Autism

    Can you imagine being happy to have someone tell you your child may be Autistic? If you hear that from me, chances are, you ought to be happy! Why? Before I answer that question, allow me to tell those who don’t know me a little bit about myself. Firstly, you should know that I’ve been […]

  • Desires and Expectations – Religion and Politics

    There’s an old expression in English. The expression in question is, “Quibble terms.” It’s so easy to hear a word, and decide that its definition is something entirely different than what someone else looking at the same word assumes it to mean. I want to be clear when I say that, what I am not […]

  • Lots of Kids are Slow at That – Autism

    Those who know me even a little bit, probably know a couple of things about me. The first is that I am the father of a moderately Autistic son, for whom I have cared for the last seven years. The second is that I am a father of children ranging in age from mid-thirties, to […]