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Gravity Pulls You in: Perspectives on Parenting Children on the Autism Spectrum
by Kyra Anderson , Vicki Forman , John Elder Roison , MothersVox , Mama Mara , Kristen Spina , Grey Brown , Drama Mama , more…Chantal Sicile-Kira , Anjie Kokan , Susan Segal (Goodreads Author) , Emily Willingham , Carolyn Walker , Mary McLaughlin , Bruce Mills , Kristina Chew , Aileen Murphy , Maggie Kast (Goodreads Author) , Barbara Crooker (Goodreads Author) , Ann Douglas (Goodreads Author) , Kimberly K. Farrar , Janet Kay , Cheri Brackett , Lesley Quinn , Susan T. Layug , Ralph James Savarese , Veronika Hill , Bobbi Lurie (Goodreads Author) , Laura Shumaker , B.E. Pinkham , James Wilson …less
Explores the universe of autism - its marvels, chaos, and life-changing impacts. This title features a collection of 33 essays and poems, in which mothers and fathers raising children on the autism spectrum explore their lives in the context of autism's own special gravity, discovering what's important and what they find centring.
Paperback, 201 pages
Published February 19th 2010 by Woodbine House
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This is my first time reading a book about other parent's experiences raising a child on the spectrum. most of the stories were pretty good but there was one that was so similar to me and to sara that I could have written it. It talked about having a daughter that is high functioning, but not quite typical so she kind of inhabits this in-between state, which is what I feel sara inhabits. The other has a blog, so I intend to contact her.
I was currently on a blog called "from here to there and back" the topic was Complex and Difficult Things. There were so many Parents talking about their child(ren) with Autism and other disabilities. We as Parents are all in a race to find a cure for our children. We have found out that all our children that suffers with the same disorders all have similar characteristics. Parents, we feel that we are alone with this complex and very fragile challenge that we have to face each day for our kids.
Some moving essays on living with autism and many readers have found comfort in these stories about how other families are experiencing similar lunacy in the topsy turvy world that all autism families inhabit. At this point in my journey, none of this is news anymore and I had hoped to find more instruction.