Mother Cub: One Womans Journey to Save Her Son Susan Lynn Perry

ISBN: 9780595479184

Published: November 16th 2007

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112 pages


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Mother Cub: One Womans Journey to Save Her Son  by  Susan Lynn Perry

Mother Cub: One Womans Journey to Save Her Son by Susan Lynn Perry
November 16th 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 112 pages | ISBN: 9780595479184 | 3.48 Mb

Imagine that you are the mother of a beautiful baby boy. Your bundle of joy was born perfectly healthy with ten little fingers and ten little toes. He smiles, walks and talks on time-right on track with his peers. You could not be happier.Now,MoreImagine that you are the mother of a beautiful baby boy. Your bundle of joy was born perfectly healthy with ten little fingers and ten little toes. He smiles, walks and talks on time-right on track with his peers. You could not be happier.Now, imagine that your baby gets sick.

Hes suddenly sick every week with ear infections, bronchitis, vomiting, diarrhea, allergies, eczema, fevers and colds. Then, imagine that he stops talking. Imagine that he stops putting his hands out when he falls on the playground. He seems dizzy, distracted and disoriented most of the time. Imagine that he stops responding to his name or responding to you, his mother, at all.His doctor says hes fine, but you know better. You start asking around and reading and researching. You have your suspicions, but hope to God they are not true.

Then finally, several months or even years later, you are given the devastating diagnosis of autism. And not only that, but you are then faced with some even more horrifying news.There is no cure for autism.This is what I was faced with during the first four years of my sons life.

This is my story and the story of countless other families getting that same diagnosis every day with this growing worldwide epidemic. Sounds pretty grim, doesnt it? But, wait a minute. What is that?Theres something flickering on the horizon. Its gaining momentum with its incredible strength and power. There may not be a cure for autism, yet, but there is definitely hope in the air.

There are things you can do, today, to help your child. You just have to take one step . and then another . and then another.



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