TOP 5 AUTISM BLOG COMMANDMENTS I'VE BROKEN IN 2011…
January 2, 2012
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January 2, 2012
TOP 5 AUTISM BLOG COMMANDMENTS I’VE BROKEN IN 2011…AUTISM DADDY’S MOST CONTROVERSIAL POSTS OF 2011… aka which topics to NOT talk about if you want to have a neutral autism blog.
What’s funny is that I never meant for this page/blog to be controversial. In fact in the info page / mission statement I even state
“All people are welcome on this page regardless of their backgrounds or beliefs. I want this autism page to be (for the most part) free from all the debates i see on alot of other autism pages about whether certain vaccines cause autism, whether Autism Speaks is good or evil, whether this treatment is better than that treatment (trust me we’ve tried them all), whether using meds on our kids is good or bad, etc, etc.”
But I’ve learned over the last 9 months that controversy can come from the most innocent places… So without further ado here’s all the autism blog commandments that I’ve broken in 2011 with links to the blog posts and/or FB pages so you can read and join in the controversy / debate…. cuz I’m learning in 2012 to Embrace The Controversy! 🙂
#4) Thou Shalt Not Write About Your Negative Experiences With GFCF & Biomedical Treatments
#2) Thou Shalt Not Blog About A Sink Full Of Dirty Dishes…
#1) Thou Shalt Not Complain About How Much Kyle’s Therapies Cost & Then Post A Foo Fighters Concert Ticket With The Price On It…
“I need a thicker skin — All about money, wives, jobs, priorities and dirty dishes…”
And the innocent little question I posted last night? That’s my first broken commandment of 2012..
“Thou Shalt Not Ask Questions About Your Son playing With His Youknowwhat….”
That Is All… Peace Be With You All…
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Written byFrank Campagna
I’m a 48 year old neurotypical dad with a 14 year old son with severe, non-verbal autism & epilepsy. I created this blog to rant about autism & epilepsy while celebrating my son who I affectionately call “the king” :-).