Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Book Spotlight and Giveaway: Living Autism Day-by-Day, by Pamela Bryson-Weaver

About this book:
Autism happens ... and when it happens, your child and your life are turned upside down. One day, your son or daughter seems like every other child; the next, you notice a change. Sometimes the change starts with sublety -- behavior isn't what it normally is or responses just are out of synch and off; or it may come on like a tornado, sudden, without warning.

You weep for yourself.
You weep for your child.
You feel so alone.

Your son, your daughter, isn't the same little person he or she was yesterday. You cry out in anger. You are in a spiral of disbelief ... how could this have happened to you, your family, your child? You hungrily seek out reasons why and begin the never-ending quest for answers and cures. Your child is lost and so are you. Will it ever end?

Parents and families need help. A word of hope, an insightful story, gentle and kind words, sage advice from another who isn't a doctor or therapist who sounds like someone reading from a script ... someone who is just like you. A parent is the answer; a parent who is living through the same fears that you are. A parent who gets exactly what you are going through because she's going through it too.

Author Pamela Bryson-Weaver is that parent. Her Daily Reflections and insights are just what you, your heart, your child and family need.

Visit LivingAutismNow.com

GIVEAWAY

One winner will receive a paperback copy of Living Autism Day-by-Day: Daily Reflections and Strategies to Give You Hope and Courage, by Pamela Bryson-Weaver. (Note: This is a brand-new book, but there is a review sticker from the publisher inside the front cover that does not block any text.) Enter through the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 PM EST on Wednesday, February 11, 2015.



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14 comments:

  1. I like the testimonials.

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  2. I liked the article on healthy eating for a child with Autism. It can be a challenge!

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  3. I like the community

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  4. I learned that the site has a directory...very cool!

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  5. I like the Directory. It is a fantastic idea.

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  6. I learned that no two people with autism have exactly the same symptoms. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  7. 1 in 50 US children now have Autism

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  8. shirley hicks1:36 PM

    I like how the site covers a lot areas..healthy eating..ect....im the mother of a 19 yr old son with autism...just when I think ive seen it all.....I haven't..

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  9. Daniel M8:22 PM

    i liked reading the testimonials - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  10. I like that it has so many resources to look into Autism further.

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  11. I like the community.

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  12. I like that you can join for free and it offers information on Autism. I have a son that is autistic and I love site like this to get information.

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  13. I really like the testimonials.
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  14. I love that they have a directory of resources.

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