Free Chapter of my New book The Don’t Freak Out Guide to Parenting Kids with Asperger’s Syndrome

DFO-Logo-Purple-196x300There is a very good reason why I have not blogged consistently lately. I have been busy writing my book! I am so happy with the way it is coming out and cannot wait for it to be done, edited and finally released. As of now we are thinking that release should be around August 2013.

I have shared the introduction and first chapter with some folks already and here is what one said…

I loved it! I’ll admit the introduction alone made me cry. Sometimes just knowing someone out there totally gets our situation is just awesome. And I love the tip about thinking how you react. For me physically i get this metal taste in my mouth and I know I’m about to lose it, but I never thought to make that connection to “Hey silly, you feel that, take a second and cool off and then open your big fat mommy mouth.” I cant wait to read the rest!

And this is how I responded to that comment:

Awwww thank you so much for this comment. I am glad I was able to connect with you. That is exactly what I wanted to do. My purpose of this book is to show that we cannot change our kiddos but we CAN change how we react to them.

And that my dear readers is what my book is all about. But go see for yourselves. I want to know what you all think. So I am going to share with you the introduction and first chapter as well. Click HERE to access the text!

Happy reading and don’t forget to come back here, visit me on Facebook or email me at mamasturnnow@hotmail.com with what you thought about the book so far!

 

2 thoughts on “Free Chapter of my New book The Don’t Freak Out Guide to Parenting Kids with Asperger’s Syndrome

  1. I love the title! When I first starting suspecting my son was autistic, everything I found on the internet was just terrifying.

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  2. Thank you, I’m enjoying reading your blog. I have a wonderful 13 yr. old son that’s an Aspie. I Love how you say that your son is teaching you to be happy. That is so true, thats how feel too. You’re a gifted writer, I wish I could write my feelings and life with my son.
    Sincerely, Amy Pena

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