“What My Son’s Disabilities Taught Me About ‘Having It All'”

This is so wonderful and so sane. Her son is her SON. My daughter is my DAUGHTER. That is the most important thing for us. They are our wonderful children and not the imperfect people others insist they are.

Because of her child's problems, the author will never have a tidy, peaceful life. But none of this keeps her from being happy -- as long as she asks herself the right questions.

Because of her child’s problems, the author will never have a tidy, peaceful life. But none of this keeps her from being happy — as long as she asks herself the right questions.

 

Find the Atlantic article here.

PJW Note: If you have not already read it, please also view Eva Kittay’s earlier, related post, “No More Ashley Treatments.”

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