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11.6.2018

Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Today has been a stressful filled day. I have to go to one of my sons ieps and it stresses me out anytime that I go there because they have not been the best to my son and my family and they always ask me questions that do not pertain to his schooling. This time they asked those questions that to me and normally I would answer politely,but this time I was like if it does not have to deal with my sons education i am not going to answer you. It also was made a bit more stressful because my autistic sons OCD has gotten 90% worse and then he has some weird ticks that have been gone came back and he just does not listen to me. It is frustrating,but I love him but some days get so sad because I do not know what is going on with him. Then eating today has not even been there. I made my moms lunch and supper and my families and after that I did not even want to make my own meals. It is just so hard to make 4 meals a day. I cannot wait until this week is over I can get some rest. Also the weather has not been on my side it has been rainy,cold,and windy. I would like to see the sun sometime this week. Not to menchen that day light saving time has me all messed me up and is making me tired all the time.
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  • SPICY23
    Be gentle with yourself. Good enough is good enough. Focus on what you can control and let the rest go. Sometimes those iep people are just following a protocol (possibly a bad one) that they get from their district. They may not agree with or like the questions either. It might not hurt to let them know that the questions don't inspire you to work with them. If they're looking for cooperation, they need to know how they are damaging the process. Good luck.

    Peace and Care
    756 days ago
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