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You may have seen her sneaking into the volunteer lounge for ice cream or being pushed into the cheese pit by laughing children.She is a contributing author to the anthology "My Baby Rides the Short Bus: The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids With Disabilities" With over a thousand apps now available to help individuals with special needs it has become increasingly difficult to find and choose the right special needs app. If it weren’t for his son I would continue the relationship and see where it leads.

Not having a third trimester in utero causes a whole bunch of things to go awry and despite the mantra of some organizations that “support” parents of premature children, they don’t all magically “catch up” by the age of two.

I am currently in a relationship with a great man who has kids of his own.

My dilemma is that one of his children is special needs (autistic) and will likely never live independently, only possibly in a group home as a young adult in his 20s.

In the Philippines there are a lot of single moms, but there are also single dad’s.

My BF lost his wife just over a year ago and was left behind with an 8 year old girl.

Raising him will very likely be quite difficult and stressful.

It will be life changing if I choose him as a partner, for me and my kids.

), you see them on romantic dates in restaurants, they are holding hands at amusement parks, they are strangers, they are your friends, your relatives, your work buddies.

But you, a single parent to a special needs child, are somehow on the sidelines watching and wondering if you and your child will ever have a true and permanent love in your lives, too.

Kim Thompson, a single mom of two boys, ages 7 and 13, ages who lives in New York City, has struggled with her son’s autism (and other diagnoses) first as a married mother, and now as a single, divorced mom.

Because of her younger son’s special needs, she has put her career on hold and cares for him full-time at home.