Wow, so many new people on here lately and as I am happy to chat with all of you. WTF is going on. Why so many kids getting diagnosed? Really scarry, isn't it. I have been on here almost a year and there were a few people then, but not like now. Really so upsetting, when are they going to figure out what is going on? Everyday new people to join our little private club. NO ONE can tell me that this is not an epidemic!!!! Really, just want to welcome all you new moms and dads to the group. You are not alone and I feel for all of you especially the new moms and dads. The parents that are just finding out about the diagnosis. I remember those days like yesterday, yet they also seem like another lifetime ago. As hard as things seem right now it does get easier as you start to learn new things about the disorder. The children do progress and you will start to accept this new life you have. Hugs to you all. God bless you all. Denise
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