Category Archives: Special needs
I’d like to report that things are getting better. I’ve acknowledged the depression. I’m going to see a therapist Monday. The job. I’m interviewing elsewhere. I took a pay cut moving here. I also demoted myself a little also. I … Continue reading
I read it earlier at the first IEP meeting but shrugged it off. I figured a new state, it’s how developmentally delayed transfers here. No, it was his diagnosis from the school’s psychologist after another IQ test. It was lower … Continue reading
I’m missing writing and missing feeling present here. I’ve renewed my subscription so there will be future posts. I promise to find time. I hope everyone is doing well.
The guilt of a special needs mom…I took this child to hundreds of therapy appointments, one of which was speech, I feel immense guilt having waited for 2 years to hear this child say his first word, 5 years to … Continue reading
I’ve been the sole provider for these two boys for 2 years. (Don’t forget I have 2 dogs). I make decisions for 3 people. Jackson turned 8 yesterday. Jake is 5. Their father died when they were 5 and 3, … Continue reading
I hate change. I love alcohol. It’s what’s keeping my nerves calm. I’m hating and lonely right now. I’m hating being in the presence of couples. I hate the engagement ring commercials on the radio. I’m hating looking at someone … Continue reading