Paranoia is Perfectly Normal

When you have a child with Autism, and then have additional children, paranoia becomes part of the game.

I don’t know if there’s really any other way to describe it to parents who have only neuro-typical children: the constant¬†surveillance¬†of all of your other children’s behaviors, looking for that one indicator that you have another child on the spectrum and that you should be getting intervention pronto. Continue reading