I say this because it's fairly typical that there is one parent doing more of the advocacy, work, and research than the other as part of the division of labor.
Estée Klar have always found the idea of blaming the autistic child for the deterioration of marriage unfair to autistic people.
Yet, when my own marriage ended, I couldn’t help but wonder if any of those ideas behind the eighty per-cent divorce rates and autism might in some way be true.
In later years, we seek appropriate housing accommodations, vocational training, access to community colleges and universities with aides, and supports that allow our adult children to continue to learn and contribute.
The list is longer for some families dealing with medical issues or extreme behavioral issues.
Or it can start when the child doesn't run up to daddy when he walks through the door at the end of the day. Or is it that the spouses already do not have an effective communication and commitment in place?