Life with an Autistic Son

“This book will make you laugh and make you cry, but most of all it will help you understand the challenges affecting not only the person with autism, but also those that surround them.”

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Other reviews of ‘Life with an Autistic Son:

“I can absolutely relate to this book.”

“What a refreshing read!”

“This book is a must read for all parents with an autistic child – and even those who don’t!”

“A wonderful read and really moving.”

“Cannot praise this book enough!”

“Everyone should make time to read this book. Helpful step on the road to try and understand autism and all it’s complexities.”

“I found it such a brilliant, enlightening and supportive book.”

“What an up lifting read.”

“This is my life too.”

“This book is a fantastic, honest, laugh out loud read of a parent’s perspective of life with a little bit of heavenly autism.”

“This is an excellent book written with such humour and compassion by a man who obviously loves his son with a heartbreaking intensity.”


One Response to Life with an Autistic Son

  1. Zeb Clayton says:

    I just finished reading your book, and I don’t think I’ve ever read a book on autism that resonated quite so deeply with me. The more I read, the more I felt like I was reading a day-by-day description of our experience with my own 8-year-old son (We’ll call him “T”). I’m used to reading accounts of parents with high-functioning autistic children and coming away feeling that our situation is just SO different than what they’re describing. This is literally the first time I’ve read a parent’s story that was almost a mirror image of our own. If B has a twin brother out there, It’s T. A few pages into the book, I was so startled at the similarities that I started making a list of the traits that you described that were things I’ve seen in my own son. I ended up with a list several pages long.

    Your raw honesty, positive attitude, and unconditional love for your son despite the challenges you face on a daily basis (and I know exactly what they are because I’ve lived them myself) inspired me and made me want to try even harder to be the best dad that I can and love my son for what he is, not what he isn’t.

    Thanks for sharing your story, it helped me feel like there are at least a few more natives here with our family on this little island.


    Zeb Clayton

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