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To My Courageous Son With Autism: You are an Inspiration

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Until I became the mother to an incredible son with autism, I had always associated courage with someone who exudes great bravery, like running into a burning building or pulling an injured motorist from their mangled car to safety.

Being courageous is actually having the moral strength and quality of spirit to face difficulty and persevere. That clearly defines the daily life of my son, Skyler, and every member of an autism family.

As we travel this often-lonely autism journey, we are provided the unique opportunity to learn the true definition of courage and strength, narrated through the eyes and experiences of our autistic child.

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