5 Things I'm Thankful For On This Thanksgiving.
November 29, 2013
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November 29, 2013
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” :-).
8 People Replies to “5 Things I'm Thankful For On This Thanksgiving.”
I am an Autism Daddy as well. It's good to know and feel that you are not alone. Also, that we experience the same "roller-coaster ride" we call "life as an Autism Parent". Thanks for sharing.
Darn. I just wrote a comment and lost it by clicking in the wrong place. I am too exhausted to re-write. Thanks for your blog. You can read my last post on Charlie's blog to find out why your writing has helped me find a path through our current autism crisis.
What is the link for "Charlie's blog"? Not sure I line it.
I am thankful for finding this blog. Live outside Pittsburgh and the wife has quite a few Autism Moms that she is great friends with and they are an outstanding support group. Me on the other hand, typical man, just bottle it up and truck on. I book marked you and will come back knowing that I am not alone when I am feeling depressed, angry, frustrated, happy, content, worried, and the million other feelings a father of an ASD child experiences.
You're in my "blogs I stalk list" =)
<<<Crazy Aussie Autism Mum.
Big shout out from the UK I love to read your blog helps me loads with my Grandson who`s 4 and non verbal Autism plus other things but he's FABULOUS
I really like #4. People need more of this. Good stuff AD!
Shout out from down-under – from New Zealand though 🙂 Love your work AD!