The Real Game-Changer in being an Autism Parent: It’s Simpler Than You Think
What if teaching your baby with autism to potty train or communicate as a parent was actually REALLY simple?
And the metrics for measurement were very clear?
You could know exactly why you aren’t making progress right now… without the drama and the confusion.
It actually is that simple.
There is the ONE equation you MUST understand to get your kiddo potty trained and communicating
Here it is.
Your belief in yourself as a parent, being their ultimate teacher = the progress you make to get these important life skills DONE.
What if that were TRUE?
What if the ONLY reason you weren’t ditching the diapers or getting your child to talk…
Was because you still have holes here and there in your belief and your identity as a parent.
You still see yourself as less than, as ill equipped, as the last person on the planet that can help your baby?
You’re still struggling as a victim of the autism diagnosis, rather than leading as a boss parent, the VIP, the #1 Teacher, the CHAMPION your child could have that can teach their baby ANYTHING.
Although learning the tactical steps to potty training and communication are VITAL to giving your child a chance at an independent life…
HOW you are showing up in this role as PRIMARY EDUCATOR comes from your ENERGY that you put out and it’s even MORE IMPORTANT….
and THAT comes from your thoughts.
BELIEF= POTTY TRAINED
CERTAINTY IN SELF AS THE TEACHER = COMMUNICATION
How do you REALLY know how much belief you really truly have?
By the AMOUNT of progress your baby has made. PERIOD.
If you haven’t stopped buying the pull-ups, you don’t BELIEVE your son can potty train.
When your daughter still hand leads you to the fridge for a snack, you can’t VISUALIZE a day she might be talking.
And If you want to create a world where your child masters the Big 3 (Potty Training, Communication and No Problem Behaviors) you have to BELIEVE it’s possible… And once you DO… your baby will have these skills.
IT actually IS that simple.
But not believing new things…
Not Believing what is possible…
…is where we fuck it up
Might be thinking I need daily affirmations, but those don’t work if you think no chance in hell you can make them reality.
So you have to think a thought that has one foot in the reality you live now, and one in the possibility of what COULD be.
“My son poops in his diaper, but I am willing to believe that this could be the last box I ever buy, and I’m COMMITTED to making that a reality.”
“My daughter only says sounds, but I believe if she can make random sounds, she can make intentional sounds for real words.”
“I am willing to believe that tantruming is just a tiny season of our life and as I learn how to be the ultimate teacher for my baby this will be a distant memory.”
It is that simple.