As a blogger for quite some time now, I have sorta gravitated to certain types of bloggers. I tend to follow the bloggers that I can relate to. They aren't always special needs bloggers but they're real. By real I mean that they are honest, if if their opinions are popular. They are writing about things that I personally feel are very relevant to my life. The stories, posts or articles found in these blogs aren't always uplifting but they are inspiring nonetheless. I went ahead and rounded up 10 posts from some of the bloggers that I follow. Perhaps their writing isn't your cup of tea. Either way, these posts are all amazing to me and I want to share them with you. I encourage you to check them out and maybe, you'll find something that inspires you. ;-) 1) Everyone has their own heart song by Stuart Duncan of Autism from a father's point of view 2) Special Needs Mom Confessions: Sometimes I'm so Tired by Katrina Moody of Kat's Cafe 3) Would YOU Take the Time to Complete a Survey on How #Autism Has Affected Your Family? by Lorrie Servati of Nathan's Voice 4) 10 Ways to Make your #Hospital Stay with Your Child More Bearable by Lizze Gorski of My Life Beyond Labels 5) Full-time Employment and Fatherhood by Dad Blunders of Dad Blunders: Life as I know it 6) I feel like I am missing a piece of myself by Carl Young of Why Not Fathers 7) Pokemon is destroying my confidence as a parent by jillsmo of Yeah. Good Times 8) To Friends by Jennifer Bush of Anybody want a Peanut 9) The summer I ran away (and what brought me home) by Caroline McGraw of A wish come clear 10) Hope in the darkness by Lexi Magnusson of Mostly True Stuff
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