Halloween Overload

When my friend Sarah Evans (the wizard behind the podcast Bringing Up Betty) asked if I had any funny, weird, wild, sad, or true stories about Halloween with the special needs family, I was like, “Duh. Yes.”

So she interviewed me and the story can be found here.

It’s a worthwhile topic—how holidays differ for families with special needs. I tend to dread aspects of each holiday because everything that most folks love about them tends to be the sort of thing that unsettles people with anxiety, autism, and cognitive delay.

Also, I’m sick of Halloween and ready for November. Carry on.

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  1 comment for “Halloween Overload

  1. Julie M
    November 1, 2015 at 9:11 am

    It’s the 1st of November. Halloween is over. Oh happy, happy day!

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