FourFourTimes article I grew up in a family where we always had a toy and a piece of cake on the table and the kids would ask for a piece, or a bowl of cereal.
I think about the children who never got to have that.
My kids, who are now grown and have their own careers, are growing up in very different worlds.
They don’t have toys, and they don’t get the right treats.
The toys they do get, they don`t have a proper playmate.
The cake they get, it is all wrapped in cardboard.
They get the things that they like, they get a little bit of food and they get to play with things.
But it is not a normal childhood.
They are not getting the right toys.
They`re not getting a proper place to play.
They have to go home and play with cardboard.
That is what they have to be on their own to make sure they`re doing well, that they are happy, and that they`ve learned how to do that on their behalf.
And that`s what`s missing in their lives.
I`m not saying that everything is going to be fine, but my family is in a much better place than I was.
So I`ve decided to share this story because I think it`s important for parents, for people who want to understand what it is like for children with autism, what it means to be a single parent, what the challenges are.
We all know that the things we love are the things most important to us, the things our children will love, the ones they will want to come back to again and again.
But to understand the challenges we face is really important, too.
It is also important for us to understand how these issues can be overcome, and what can be done to make the world a better place.
The problem with all the toys and the cakes and the treats is that they don�t give children the opportunity to learn how to think critically, to be creative, to understand their own experiences, their own needs, their feelings, their emotions.
I mean, they have no way to understand, and I mean they can never really get to know themselves.
And they don”t have the opportunities to talk to their teachers about how they feel, and about how we feel.
And I think that it`ll be very difficult for the teachers to help kids with ASD if they don’t have that support.
We are also talking about people who can`t speak or understand their language.
And we are talking about children who are very limited in their imagination.
And then there is the issue of having a parent who is a good listener, who will listen to them, and who will let them go when they need it.
So these are the challenges that we are facing, and it is a very big challenge.
I don`ve had to face them all.
I have been through them all myself, but I have also met many, many others who have gone through it and also come out of it.
And so I hope I have helped them understand that there is a big difference between the way they were raised and the way you will raise a child with autism.
There are lots of things we can do to make it easier for our children to be well-adjusted.
We can put a little more attention to the way our children are raised, we can put more attention on their environment, and we can talk to them about their own experience.
So if you are considering the adoption of a child, I would encourage you to do so with your child, because it is going too far to assume that you can change all of their needs.
And, as I said, that is a huge step to take.
And it is also an enormous burden to bear.
I am very glad that my son and I are parents and that we have come out as a positive team, and because of that I have a lot of confidence that we will do well.
And if you have a child or young child with ASD, I`ll try to help you, too, because I believe that every child deserves to be raised with the kind of support that they need, that we need, to get them where they need to go, to succeed in life.
It will be much easier for you and for them, I think, to live with the things they have gone over.
And what I hope is that when we get out of this, when we go back to school, we have a better chance of having children that are successful and happy and fulfilled in their own lives.
So that is what I`re really hoping to see.
Thank you very much for your time.
And again, I want to thank you for your support and your support for our family, our community, our society, our world.
We`re going to have a great time