The shaming of how we raise our children needs to stop. If there is one thing raising a special needs child has taught me it is not to judge any aspect of someone trying to survive and fit in this world.
The human mind is incredible. We all have characteristics that contribute to our world in the most beautiful ways. We just need to redirect our disabilities. When seen in a different light, these disabilities are in fact strengths.
I felt empowered with all that happened. I was not embarrassed in front of the cashier, I was not self conscious sitting outside of Walgreens.
Looping can be really time consuming and difficult to navigate in a public setting. Looping usually occurs for Liam when he is in a high anxiety situation. I wanted to share an example of one of Liam’s looping experiences in the store today.