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How My Daughter and I Are Weathering the Storms of Autism, Together

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Parents of neurodiverse children are probably the only people who will ever really understand this. We have been through more than a week of nightly, major meltdowns that extend the bedtime routine to hours.

I am physically and emotionally exhausted and desperate to find that one thing — that one magic thing I haven’t tried yet that is going to make this better when a quick glance into my toolbox tells me I’ve already tried every last one of them and every possible combination of them.

That part of my brain that is still capable of rational thought knows this will get better when it’s time for it to get better, and all I can do is keep doing what I’m doing, keep loving her with every speck of my being and trust that she will find her way

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