It’s a new year and I hope to write more blog posts in the upcoming year. Call it a New Year’s Resolution if you will. I’ve kind of taken a step back in the past couple months but I’ll get back into it. In the meantime, I had Google analyze what you, my dear readers, have read the most on my blog, and have come up with a list. Perhaps there’s something there you haven’t read and you’ll benefit from it. So, I hope you look forward to reading my top 10 most amazing blog posts of 2017!
My Top 10 Most Amazing Blog Posts of 2017
Want to learn more about essential oils? This blog post has been a reader favorite for a long time. These are tried and true essential oils to help calm, focus, and soothe your autistic child or anyone with autism. Heck, I use some of them for myself.
This is the first in my series of interviews with autistic people. I think it truly gives some insight into how we should talk to and treat people with autism.
I did some research and found 12 common disorders that coexist with autism. It’s no surprise that you’d want to know this information since comorbidity is so common with autism.
Back when I used to do a weekly link-up, I wrote this one on how to shut off your brain and stop thoughts that just won’t stop coming. It takes a lot of practice and will-power, but I offer some strategies to help.
Ever felt so worn out and exhausted from raising your child that you wondered if you were doing anything right? Yeah. Me too. This is a letter to all of you worn out autism moms out there with some words of encouragement.
On my son’s 9th birthday, I decided it was finally time to tell him about his autism diagnosis, so I wrote him a letter about it. This is that letter.
Here, you can find the developmental milestones for a 4-year-old child and early warning signs for developmental disorders. It also includes my thoughts on the differences in my children’s development.
This gripping infographic describes how autism moms lose friends over time and provides solutions and recommendations for making future friends.
Ya’ll must really like to aggravate people because this one describes 10 different ways you can aggravate people. Nuff said.
Having trouble getting your autistic child to sleep? Here are 7 research-based ways to reduce sleep issues in autistic children.
Happy New Year!
I hope you enjoyed looking back on this year with me and seeing which articles meant to most to readers in 2017.