No Turning Back

When the doctor said Emma might be autistic everything changed. I remembered my life and feared for her future. I began living an autistic life and changed my parenting style. It's an adjustment. A lot of trial and error to figure out how to properly support her. I am learning as I go and watching her grow into a beautiful, strong, confident little girl. She is the reason I fight for our rights. Accepting my autistic self and fighting for the community had given her a mom to be proud of. When I started this journey I made a video while wearing a mask showing others how a simple adjustment can help others communicate. I was absolutely terrified to share it. So what do I do? I go to my daughter and ask her why she thinks mommy should do this. Her response: "because it will help the world, it will help me." From that moment on there was no turning back. I spread knowledge and seek out others on a similar mission because I want to build a better world for her. Nothing will ever change if we sit idly by as others suffer. I believe we all have a role to play in building a brighter future. So what can you do to positively impact others? That should be a goal we try to achieve every day. This is Me - Jeni Curtis ❤️ 🫂 ❤️ Be You - find your purpose www.mylifeautistic.com

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