Listening to the Silence

One of the most valuable tools I have found in living with a child diagnosed with autism is, being willing to listen to the silence, the space in between moments, listening with my heart not my head, ears or brilliant mind.

It will take some practice if you are accustomed to reacting rather that listening but it can be done.
You will come to find this practice our children are teaching us in order to connect and interact with them is a life practice that will serve you well in all areas of your life.
Love, Tracie ~ ♥

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