Do any of you feel that your child is most happy when the world around him/her is in chaos? I swear my son's world is so chaotic and he's not happy unless the outside world around is chaotic. I read the book caged in chaos-breaking free by Victoria Briggs, she has SPD/Dyspraxia and she wrote about breaking free of it. I have to say that I think I have more problems with the disorder then my son does. I honestly think he's oblivious to it. Does anyone else feel this way? Since our son has gotten older, I think my world has become more chaotic, and it's not due to sports, friends, etc etc--It's dealing with his daily needs, his emotional ups and downs, etc etc.I think we have the idea in our heads that as our children get older there daily need to be met by the parent should become lower, but not in a child with SPD/Dyspraxia. We have been trying to get him to do things on his own and be self sufficient but that is just not the case. If any of you have felt this way, does it ever end?
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