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“How I Came to Terms with My Autistic Child’s Crisis”

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It’s easy to forget that our lives are ongoing stories made up of parts — happy, sad, and bad parts. We especially forget about the big picture during the bad parts, when our minds often try to convince us that a challenging moment is and will be our whole story.I was convinced of this during an intense crisis recently experienced by my autistic child, who also has ADHD.

The crisis has since receded, but I still think back to those anxious, stress-filled days and sleepless nights before we could find solutions or respite.

I remember the pervading sense of hopelessness as the countless strategies we acquired through years of therapy did nothing to help.

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