By Eric Perry, PhD-c “Having a narcissistic parent is like living life as a human doormat.” ~ Anonymous Children come into the world much like new-born ducklings ready to imprint on their caretakers. They are innocent blank slates waiting to learn the ways of the world. Like a bud on the vine, with proper care, […]
“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.” ~ Norman Cousins
I look at that number. It can mean so many things to people, or nothing at all. It can be an angle, a temperature, or a point in which a path turns. To me, right now, it is very significant.
There’s a blog I follow in here, Make It Ultra. I found this entry there today: http://wp.me/p7bq2c-6Lp. I felt compelled to answer that question. What follows is my answer. And after reading it once again, I had realized that, despite everything that I’m still dealing with concerning the divorce and custody battles, I am in fact finding myself once again. Indeed, it is a great feeling, one I not long ago thought I would never feel.
I would like to officially introduce my new blog where I will be talking exclusively about how me and my daughter get to know each other through the Autism lens. Back in July and while undergoing the court-mandated psychological tests, we were given a preliminary diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for our daughter. A couple of months later, we have an official diagnosis and, oh boy! You cannot imagine the things my husband the narc is putting me through now.