Unfounded fear

Apprehension about vaccines causing autism are grounded in fear, not science, or love.

Stop being afraid of having a kid like me, because I’m autistic and I’m proud of myself. I have days patently awesome in life and days that are hard like anyone else. Autism is not afflicting me with a horrid life of pain;
it challenges me to find my way in a world with a different operating system.

My mom sees me as a whole person, not a partly autistic person that needs a cure. I’m autistic in every fiber of my being, so you can’t separate me from myself. Happiness comes from knowing I’m enumerably blessed to be accepted wholly not divided from my unique self, gaping autism mind against normalcy.

Vaccines can’t make a unique person like me, they don’t have that power; only God does, and He loved me into being.

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5 thoughts on “Unfounded fear

  1. Thank you so much for this and all your posts. I have a 7 year old son with autism and your words bring tears of happiness to my eyes. He is non verbal and is yet to find a way to communicate with us but his smiles, laughter and signs of affection melt our hearts. Thank you and God bless 🙂

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