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What My Son Taught Me About Autism and Eye Contact

We are so quick to point fingers at others, to “throw someone under the bus” because it’s a lot easier than pointing the finger at ourselves and a lot less painful when it’s someone else “under the bus.” For this year’s Autism Acceptance and Appreciation Month, I’m gonna throw myself under the bus with 30 days of confessions, screw-ups and guilt (trust me, we could go way past 30 days).

Yeah, it’s going to hurt like hell remembering all those ouchy moments that left their mark. But don’t worry, there will be no need to rescue me because as you will see, I learned from my mistakes, in my own time, in my own way, and my son Ryan was the one who rescued me.

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