Her behaviors can range from autisic like to obsessive compulsive to ADD to just plain perplexing. She is not good at sharing objects or her father (in social development she functions right around 4 years old) which causes constant struggles between her and my daughter.She is a tall 11 year old and my daughter is a tiny 4 year old and I am afraid if I don't intervene in their conflicts that it will end up in my daughter being injured.I recommend shaking off any discomfort that you may feel for him.It's his issue, not yours, and I am sure he has thought of it. I don't have experience with disabled children, but I do know that they can be extra challenging in just the ways you described. Would she be willing to take the disabled child part-time, to spread the load more fairly? If you are contemplating marriage, I would make sure that at least some milestones are set and accomplished, including behavioral and therapeutic milestones for the daughter, and understandings between you and your bf as to what the family responsibilities would be.
I made a commitment to him years ago that I would ALWAYS insist he is treated with dignity. He will never be able to speak, but he understands everything that is said. When regulated, he can communicate with an i Pad, yet he always makes his wants known, even without the i Pad.If you or someone close to you is currently in crisis or in an emergency situation, contact your local law enforcement agency or emergency number.There are some moms out there that likely don’t get the love, adoration and attention they deserve. When it comes down to it, they are going to love hard, give you their all and do their damnedest to ensure that you feel just as loved as their kid does. This post originally appeared on Needs More Crayons. Many men will claim that they would never date single moms because it’s too difficult, they aren’t the one that comes first or because they don’t want a family. While most parents will love their kids to their best ability, it takes a special and strong willed-person to love unconditionally. On top of the regular mom duties, they often have extra appointments, their children have more deficits in things they can do, they have less time for themselves, get very little sleep and sometimes even endure physical anguish. If you need something done, they will take care of it, if not already have it done. So for those guys here are five reasons that you should not only love a single mom, but a single mom to a special needs kid. And they still love their children with everything they have. Any good, therefore, that I can do or any kindness that I can show to my fellow creatures, let me not defer nor neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.