1. Alexandria Gunn
    01/22/2015 @ 8:25 AM

    Thank you for sharing. There is still very little awareness about this. My brother-in-law is autistic and have seen how people treat him because of his disability. I loved watching your videos. So informative and you did really well.
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  2. Amy
    01/21/2015 @ 7:34 PM

    I find your videos very interesting, and your analysis of each of them is, too. I thought you did fine! I would have been a bundle of nerves.
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  3. Jenn
    01/21/2015 @ 7:02 PM

    Sadly, some still blame us for our “bad” parenting. My uncle once said my daughter just needed more discipline. Little did he know that it makes her behaviors worse. And, he did not take into consideration how well behaved my older daughter is – always has been.

  4. Alana
    01/21/2015 @ 6:16 PM

    I have a brother in law with autism who is in his 50’s. His mother is in her 80’s. She could write a book about mothering a child and teen with autism back when there was absolutely no support, when, in fact, some blamed her for bad parenting.
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  5. Miriam Slozberg
    01/21/2015 @ 4:10 PM

    Thanks for sharing this. There definitely needs to be more awareness about autism and special needs, and glad to hear you were on the show sharing it as well.
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  6. Salma
    01/21/2015 @ 3:37 PM

    That’s great that you were able to discuss this topic on TV and share what you’ve experienced with others.
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