As A Mom I Feel Guilty That My Husband Has To Be At Home With Our Autistic Child

- Psychology, Special Needs, Health - Posted: 28th Sep, 2021 - 8:53am

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Post Date: 2nd Jan, 2020 - 5:28pm / Post ID: #

As A Mom I Feel Guilty That My Husband Has To Be At Home With Our Autistic Child

Name: DG

Comments: I have to work while my husband stays home with our young autistic child. I go to work feeling guilty because I feel as the mother I should be there.

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2nd Jan, 2020 - 6:29pm / Post ID: #

Child Autistic With Home Be To Husband That Guilty Feel Mom As

DG do not beat up yourself because you are a working mom. I have been home for the last 20+ years raising 3 autistic young men. We just got to do what we got to do for the sake of our children and forget traditional values or what anyone says.



28th Sep, 2021 - 8:53am / Post ID: #

As A Mom I Feel Guilty That My Husband Has To Be At Home With Our Autistic Child Health & Special Psychology

You should not feel guilty because you have to work. I am sure that your husband and kids understand that you have to work. You would see them later. I am sure the kids love you.





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