along with handling everything for both of my parents i am also the primary caregiver of a 7 yr old with autism. i am the closest thing to a mom he has ever had. i have been learning everything there is to learn about autism and dealing with schools, kids with autism have special needs for school. anyways, its been the biggest struggle getting my hubby to understand what had to be done for my ss to succeed in school, and he is the only one that can make it happen. we have had some pretty heated arguments over it and even considered divorce because i felt like i could not continue to be a part of something that was denying this child with his right to an education. anyways, after months of all this stress, hubby cowboyed up and stood his ground at the school, i am so proud of him, just wanted to say something heppy this time, hugs,
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