Being Seen and Heard

When I think about humans with disabilities I wonder what keeps them happy. I’ve observed that often humans are just being first. It isn’t until they interact with humans outside of themselves that our differences are scrutinized. I keep a place in my mind body and spirit to care for humans with disabilities. I keep a place that is judgment free for my children with autism. I keep a place that is filled with love so that my girls feel free to be their best. Humans with disabilities face misunderstanding, miscommunication, and misrepresentation in the world daily.

In serving my beloved community of humans with disabilities I’m putting myself in position to advocate for their health happiness and prosperity. I’ve warmed myself up to speaking up for others by using this blog. I’m glad I started this with all of my imperfections. I didn’t know that I had over 20 blog posts to share about being a human mother to children with autism. My next move is to share my voice using podcasts. I’m creating a space for humans with disabilities and the people who love them to know that their entire life matters in this universe. My children with autism make my world an awesome place for me. They are amazing beautiful beings that add value to my life. That is something you would have to see to experience. So I will show you. I’ll show you some of the things we do that helps us enjoy living our best life. I’ll show you how we keep moving forward when situations become hard to see through.

My responsibility is unfolding before my eyes. The love I have for my children with autism is giving me clarity. It’s a pleasure to keep learning who I am while learning how to give them what they need to succeed. There are people with disabilities that are whole human beings. They need to be seen and heard. The people that love them need to be seen and heard as well. Podcast and Video Series is next for me. I’m thankful for coming this far. I’m ready to be the vessel that I am. Next week I’m bringing it!

Published by ausomeplacetobe

I am one amazing human being named Willa Strong. I actually wrote my first book at 9 years old, it was called "The Kidnap". Now at 40 years my vision to be one of the best writers in the world is being fulfilled with the start of this blog. I am happy to give a voice to my three special children with autism and our family. Their struggles and their success have inspired me to give this life all that I have. Thank you for the support Strong-Walker Tribe. I love you!

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