Lord, Hear The Boy’s Cry

One of the most amazing experiences in our 12 years together. Read about Max’s desperate cry for help.

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The Fog – Looking at Depression and Autism

I took a break from writing for a couple months. I’d love to say that I’ve been too busy, or my computer was broken, or some other excuse. But the truth is this – my head has been in a fog and it’s been tough to concentrate. It would be nice to point to one […]

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The Public Death Match

DISCLAIMER – I got Max’s full permission to tell this story publicly. In no way do I ever want to embarrass or humiliate him, so I fully explained to him what I was doing prior to posting. We had a good laugh about the story that I’m about to tell, and it’s purely meant as […]

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Fear Has No Place

A formal autism diagnosis brings a wide range of emotions. On one hand, there’s a sense of relief. You don’t have to wonder anymore. You don’t have to explain your situation by a set of idiosyncrasies. You can call it what it’s formally known as. And maybe best of all, you can put together a […]

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Intense Mental Hack

Don’t miss the video at the end One of the biggest focuses of my life has become the need to stay physically, mentally, and spiritually fit. Sure, I enjoy being active and want to perform well when I’m skiing or riding my bike, but that’s not the primary focus. As an parent of an autistic […]

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