to me! I had a birthday Sunday and I'd love for you to share and follow my blog, social media pages and book as a gift for me! website: ruthfulness.com Facebook page: facebook.com/ruthfulness Instagram account: ruthfulnessblog Twitter: ruthfulnessblog Book on Amazon I am also a contributing writing onThe Real Deal of Parenting; so check out … Continue reading Happy Birthday!
Happy Valentine's Day I was about to write my son’s teacher a note for Valentine’s day and send it to her. Then I realized that I have taken on a role in my life to be open about our journey so, I’ve decided to share what I have to say to my son’s teacher with … Continue reading To My Son’s Teacher on Valentine’s Day
The topic of marriage is always a discussion that leads to statistic rates and normally includes a discussion of divorce. I have written about divorce, autism and denial before and understand the reality that divorce is far too common among couples who have a child with autism or special needs child. I recently read in … Continue reading Marriage and Autism
Well, I am so very excited that September is on it's last day! I rarely write on Ruthfulness about topics that don't relate directly to education, access and advocating for autism and early intervention. But, we are one year in! Happy Anniversary to Ruthfulness. It has been a year since I started publicly sharing my … Continue reading Stressful September
Affection and Autism Social/Emotional deficits are one of the three common domains that children on the spectrum or diagnosed with autism often struggle to understand. Emotions can be difficult to read or display. Some criticize people on the spectrum for their lack of personal and physical relationships. Other family and friends worry about relationships, emotions … Continue reading Hug, Kiss and High-Five
I had two stressful days....well, I've had a stressful four months. Today, when I opened my son's folder from school there was a note from the teacher. There is normally a note. However, today was different. "Max had a great day. He was able to express his needs/wants with us." And then I start … Continue reading Happy Cry