Monday, March 24, 2014

What I say and what I can't

Sometimes I say words not because I want to but because I can't stop myself from saying something until my mind lets go and I don't have to anymore. This can get frustrating because people think I don't understand sometimes that I can't have the thing I keep repeating. When I just really want to say words that say what I am thinking I can't make them come out. This has been really hard. People don't think someone who can't speak is capable of being intelligent. You get used to being talked to only like a small child but not someone who might be thinking. 


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  1. The Sensory Spectrum is hosting a special blog hop of posts from bloggers in June and we'd love to have you participate! Just imagine a list of bloggers sharing their stories about what it’s like to have sensory kiddos! Read more here:

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