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Christian was meant to be for me. And your child was meant for you. Your situation was meant for you. No, it is not an easy lesson. Lessons normally arent. Do you know what it feels like to have your life changed in a matter of seconds? One in every 150 children is diagnosed with autism each year. If you were the parent of one of these children, how would you react? Diary of a Crazy Woman: One Womans Fight to Help her Son with Autism Find a Place in the World deals with this topic plus what it truly means to be a woman in a mans world. Its writing evokes the true heart of this struggle. In Diary of a Crazy Woman, you will not discover a celebrity, but a person like you and I who chose triumph over adversity. With her son, Christian, the illustrator of her first book, Can You See Me: A View of Our World by an Adult with Autism, its soon to come sequel, plus the president of Art Possibilities, Mayra shows the world autism needs not be a defeat for you or your son and daughter, but a trampoline for their future. Read it, cry it, experience it, rejoice it, for Diary of a Crazy Woman is the candid thoughts and actions of a woman who decided to be a little crazy so her son could find his place in this often too normal world. Author Mayra Ron is a journalist and the single parent of a twenty-four-year-old adult with autism. Ron has earned recognition in the field of autism with her first books and the development of ART Possibilities, a non-profit organization where a first generation of adults with autism will be trained and paid to teach a second generation in art. She hopes to introduce a different future to the millions of men and women with autism who lie in the forgotten area of autism. Her determination has opened the avenue for her son, Chri
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Book Description Tate Publishing, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111606964305
Book Description Tate Publishing, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1606964305