I have to admit I really struggle keeping a good attitude about my boys.  Everytime you start to feel you’re making some progress you get kicked back to reality.  Such was the case this morning as we still work on potty training Michael.  It gets frustrating when you have a child at age 11 with issues befitting a 2 year old.

So I did enjoy this piece about an England Soccer Star (who quite frankly I never heard of) dealing with his son’s autism.  He seems to have come to terms with it and I liked his thoughts on dealing with it.

“We hope his condition improves but we’re not banking on it, just doing  everything we can to make sure he has a happy life. He has a load of people  trying to help him, speech and play therapists for example.

“Aiden’s in his own little world, and it is some consolation that he does  seem content with it.”

Read more:  http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2011/09/29/paul-scholes-reveals-son-s-autism-battle-115875-23453858/#ixzz1ZLpLggPS