Ever wonder if your child with Asperger’s will . . .
Get a decent job?
Get a good set of friends?
Of course you have. Every parent does. It’s totally natural to
worry about the future.
But is it helpful?
These goals may seem seem impossible at the moment. But no
matter how hard you try . . . you still worry and fret. Often late at
night. But nothing you can do to instantly fix it.
However there is an alternative . . .
I heard a mom recently talking about her 90 day plan. Basically
she will always focus on just the next 90 days ahead. Doesn’t
have to be THAT exact , however you get the idea. About 1/4 of a
year at a time.
That way you still look ahead.
But it’s more manageable. More controllable.
Put practical plans in place and properly prepare your child for the
Yet NOT get freaked out by the bigger picture – which is just too
far away to directly effect (but brings a whole heap of negative
Why not give it a try?
You might find you like it.
To 90 day plans,