There are many reasons I decided to create this blog. One of the reasons was to help spread awareness about Autism. One reason was to help give people an inside view of what it is like for a family living with two children with Autism. Another reason is for my own benefit, to get some of my own feelings out. It is therapeutic for me. My intentions are not to offend anyone, make anyone feel like a ‘moron’, to ‘whine’ or anything like that.
When you post your feelings and opinions on Facebook you are opening yourself up to conflict with people who don’t think the same way you do. However, we all have the right to post as we please on our own Facebook wall. We all have our own opinions and the freedom to have our own opinions. We are all mature adults and most of us can agree to disagree without having World War II. Most of the posts I make on Facebook are related to Autism, my kids, or both. My blog is where I express the most of my feelings and opinions.
I liked the idea of doing a blog. It is something I can write. I can write the truth. I can write my feelings. I can write my opinions. It is all mine. Doing a blog gives people the option to either read it…or not. If you don’t like what I write in my very own blog…I have some very simple advice for you. Don’t click the links I post. Don’t read it. Simple as that. This is my life. Like it or not. This is my blog. Like it or not. These are my feelings. Like it or not. I have enough drama right under my own roof. I am not going to allow people that don’t even know me try to make me feel bad about what I write. End of story.
~“You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant.” ~
― Harlan Ellison