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We've been recovering from the kids most recent regressions and yet I feel no better.
I've been at the edge of tears all day- I opened the fridge and a jar of mayonnaise fell out- it took everything in me to not cry over it.
You bring in a diagnosis and all of that can change very fast. You go from assuming they grow up, graduate, maybe marry to
What if they never speak? Will they be able to live on their own? What happens when I'm too weak or sick to care for them? What options are there?
You dont worry about any of that with a healthy, neurotypical child and for you to say that it's the same is dishonest and offensive
Beginner webcomic artist, mom of two, ace, disabled
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