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What Acceptance is Not

Parent A: I love and accept my autistic child just as she is.

Parent B: So you’re just giving up on her?

Acceptance is not giving up.

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Be your own anchor

Earlier this summer my husband had another automobile accident. It wasn’t serious.  He was fine. And … it happened almost a year to the day of another accident in which someone t-boned him at a busy thoroughfare. 322 more words

Acceptance

The flashing neon sign was off last night. Perhaps a trail of breadcrumbs next?

Change

My Sacrifice Upon Autumn's Altar

If I could choose one season in which to live eternally, it would undoubtedly be fall: when the leaves start to change, the air smells of mist and cloves and my favorite apple orchard, Curran’s, begins selling its much coveted apple cider doughnuts. 568 more words

Brokenness

Implications

there’s no reason acceptance has to imply disappointment.

Right Brain

THE HOUND OR THE HIGH GROUND

THE HOUND OR THE HIGH GROUND.

When my body is experiencing pain I can run for the medicine cabinet and search for something to kill that pain. 177 more words

Acceptance

So here’s a link to somewhat misguided (in my opinion) blog from The Guardian entitled, “Do you know what too fat looks like?”

In it, the author says that because more and more people are overweight or obese (using clinical terms b/c that’s what the author used), the stigma they face “must surely die away.”  And you’d think so, but actually, it’s not dying away at all.   1,090 more words

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