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Monday, February 28, 2011

Online is my only source

Today I’m going to tell you about me not the boring stuff just a little summary. I’m someone who takes pride in being a daughter, a wife, a sister and a mom. After my education I started working at an early age. I met my husband through  work. We were very happy when we were blessed with a child and we were so devastated when our child was diagnosed. But I haven’t lost my spirit I have taken this challenge of god full on as far as my ability. I was in my sixteenth year of service when I couldn’t take it anymore and had to leave my job to dedicate all my time for my son. After giving so many years of my life in serving the government here I am just like any other house wife who have been taking care of their family all along which now I wish I also should  have done.Once I was a trained professional but today I’m a stay at home mom with no way of providing treatment for my son.

I come from the sunny side of the world. A place remote and unique, where the latest modern technologies, applications, vehicles are used and available. People follow the latest trends religiously but adequate health care, higher education fresh fruits and vegetables are out of the reach for common people. All along we have been taught and expected to show a bright face and hide our depressions. Well I can’t complain since politically we were in a pause for a very long period of time. Now that everything is being restarted all over again the subject of my concern would take time to surface.

And time is not what I have, every passing day of my child’s life is agony for me knowing that my child is losing precious time without proper therapy and I’m very thankful to the source called internet that I have been able to reach and collect information to help my child on my own and reach out to the people who are in the same situation around the world and gain knowledge. But there are so many areas that my child needs to be treated professionally. When I read about the facilities and services available in other parts of the world for the children like my son I wish my son could also have access to such help.


  1. It's very bad that you aren't receiving help for your son. I have a daughter who is autistic and she receives a large amount of support at school. Unfortunately, we have to fight often for benefits that we should be entitled to regardless. Keep going, you are doing a good job at taking care of your boy.

    CJ xx

  2. I truly hope that you are able to get help for your son one day. I wish I was more knowledgeable about autism so I could give you a helping hand. I will have to look into it and write a post about autism one day.

    Good luck. Following you back now :-)
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