I appreciate Tim’s insights and perspective.
The first book signing for Raising a Child With Autism is history, but this isn’t about the book. It is about the people who stopped to talk at the display table and others who’ve been in touch via the internet. My prayer list keeps growing with their names and needs.
One man took a break from his job down the street from the bookstore to come in and describe his family’s unique challenges. They care for a son with autism.
We noticed that people stopped inviting us to stuff. I think they’re afraid of our kid. My wife is at home alone with him more and more. She’s really feeling isolated.
All kinds of care givers suffer in similar situations. People don’t invite you out or you find it too much of a hassle to go. Competent babysitters or respite providers are hard to find. The person in your care…
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