2 thoughts on “You Are Awesome! 10 Ways to Show Your Teens That You Like Them

  1. Wendy, So excited to read your post. We also have 3 (sometimes 4!) boys with special needs: Autism, severe auditory processing challenges, and sensory integration disorder (sometimes our older one’s add resurfaces-he’s 22 now and still at home). I love the idea of letting it be ok if one of the siblings doesn’t like another sibling with a more serious special need! Such a big issue when autism is a part of the puzzle 🙂 – you know what I mean. Its definitely been a different ride than we expected-but God is always good and sees us through it all. Many blessings to you and yours.


  2. Dena, I’m so glad you liked the post! I definitely agree with you that this is NOT what my husband and I expected our life together to look like, but we’ve learned and grown a lot, and we know that God loves us and will always take care of our family. Thanks for your comment! I’ll be posting more about special needs kids in the future, and I hope you’ll come back to read more!

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