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By Kelly Harland
Kelly Harland's tales discover her son's existence to the age of 14, and the hot and unforeseen universe she and her husband - either specialist musicians - needs to learn how to navigate with him. Will's fears, anxieties and obsessions can dominate way of life, creating a journey to the grocer look like a stroll throughout a minefield. yet amidst those unpredictable "flip-outs" and "freak-outs," there are moments of ask yourself. while Will ultimately learns the provide and take of dialog or desires approximately his destiny, it rekindles his mother's trust that something is feasible.
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Plus, the swimming solves a couple of problems for me. One is my resistance to pools, as a survivor of a potential drowning incident; I just sort of never got over a little dunking I had when I was eight. I’ve had no problem lying next to a pool in the sun of a tropical resort, but you’d never have caught me stuffing clothes in a canvas bag and heading off in the dark to get myself wet. Now, too bad, get over it, I’m there, I’m showering, I’m in and reviving the old breast stroke. Two is this nagging worry I’ve had about Will and sports.
For, while he seems oblivious to other kids, I am always on the case, searching for a match. I find out from Will’s teacher which of the other students are sensitive to him, which ones might be helping him in class. There have been quite a few over the years who are intrigued by Will’s persona, who think he’s “cool,” and though they have not ended up as playmates, whenever I find out about them hope rises up in me, hope I can barely contain. At his summer camp last year, I saw Will arm-in-arm with another boy.
Mamma mia, I thought, I’ve married the right guy. When we got back home, we went round and round about whether or not to become parents. It took a couple of years to decide. In fact, we saw a counselor a few times and it was only after that series of visits with a professional that we could really say to each other that it was what we both wanted. It was a scary decision for us, for we knew the honeymooners would be left behind in the scrapbook, and the scrapbook would close. ” And we have made it through, as a team.
A Will of His Own: Reflections on Parenting a Child with Autism by Kelly Harland