So, autism isn’t like Rainman?
Not in this household it isn’t! There’s that saying, “If you’ve met one child with autism, you’ve met ONE child with autism.” It’s called a spectrum disorder for a reason.
You said you’re open-minded. Are you open to receiving my unsolicited advice?
Here’s the deal with that: It’s really not a good idea to attempt to advise me on things that you know absolutely nothing about. It’s also not beneficial to us having a civil relationship if you assume that I am: incapable of doing my own research and coming to my own conclusions about what is best for me…my son…my family. Ya get where I’m going here? Now, if you have some info that you feel is worth sharing, by all means share. Just be sure to do so with loving intentions in your heart.
You know, you can just heal your son…cure your cancer…if you just…
Please reference the Q&A that precedes this and be very sure you want to go there…be very sure!
What’s it like having cancer?
I really want to smack someone whenever I get this question. So why did I put it here? Maybe because I figure if you see it in black and white, you’ll note how insensitive or just plain, WTF? the question is.
I noticed a section titled Reviews, what do you review? Can I suggest items for review?
While that section in currently under construction, the goal is to review products/services that I – and/or my family – personally use. I am looking to review products pertaining to autism (social skills, communication, learning devices etc.) Products for cancer-related items, health and nutrition, natural hair products (for my au natrael hair – ya like that play on my name, hunh?), alternative therapies… If you have something you’d like to see reviewed, visit the Contact Page and send me a message or email me: hello@traespective and place Suggestion for product review in the subject line.
Are you really drinking green smoothies?
Why yes! Yes, I am and I’ll be happily posting about it.
Will you be posting recipes?
Eventually yes! I LOVE being in the kitchen – maybe it’s my Suth’n (Southern, for those of you reading that with a side-eye) roots. I’m excited to play off what I’m already doing as well as see what I can come up with on my own.
What does ‘living your happiness’ mean?
For me, it’s about LIVING and doing the things that make me happy. For so long, I’ve lived under the dark cloud of cancer and the ‘what ifs’ that come with it. No more! People say you should live life as if you were dying. Well, I’ve seen dying people and that’s now how I want to live. Instead, I embrace LIVING as if it were the greatest thing in the world…because it is!
Is there anything else I should know about you?
I used to be a really private person. In many respects, despite my blogging/writing, I still am although I tend to be pretty open about raising my son, my King (husband) and my diagnosis. I’ve come out of my shell a lot over the past 4 years. Therefore, if you want to know something…ask! I’ll either share or I won’t.
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