xoxoxo ~ Julie
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“Autism is full of ups and downs and because of it I have more patience than I used to and can appreciate the "little" things in life.”
Julie Brusio lives with her husband Vince and their two kids, Joey and Debbie, in Sykesville, MD. Debbie was diagnosed with Autism at the age of five. Julie has been advocating for Autism Awareness and Acceptance ever since.
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9/1/2015 5:49 PM
"I think that Debbie’s cancer was quite possibly harder than anything else in our life, even harder than the autism diagnosis."
So how similar is autism to cancer? Why would anyone compare them? Autism is not a tragedy like cancer is. To even mention them together sounds really like the "tragedy-based " view of autism. That's pretty negative.
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