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If anyone has a child or works with children with autism I hope you'll take a peek.

These ten tips are from author Suzy Miller. She is the author of Awesomism.

Her experience has taught her that these children are so much more than meets the eye!

 

I hope you enjoy them as much as we do. We feel these are great tips for any parent!

 

10 THINGS YOUR CHILDREN WANT YOU TO KNOW!
 

1. Our behaviors rarely mean what you think they mean. Awesomism Changing the World!

2. We experience so much more than meets the eye.

3. We feel our way through life, instead of think our way through.

4. What you say means very little to us unless it matches how you feel.

5. We are right-brained, creative and connected to something bigger.

6. We are communicating long before we talk.

7. We constantly reflect the inner life of those around us-even you!

8. The best way to connect with us is by being present.

9. We are showing the world what no longer serves humanity.

10. We are different but we are not disordered.

Once you understand and apply this awareness, our life together becomes an awesome gift to be shared!

 

 

To read more and learn more about Suzy click the folling link.

http://theblogfrog.com/1355013/forum/41282/10-things-your-autistic-...

Best Wishes, Carol & Stacy

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