bank account for asberger child
Jodi - posted on 08/15/2015
You were never going to get any real advice with your post - it wasn't a question, gave no information, and demonstrated ignorance about asPergers because it wasn't spelled correctly. *shrug*
If you want real advice from people here, you need to actually give some kind of information of what you are after.
Sarah - posted on 08/15/2015
It is unfortunate that you'd be so quick to assume that this is not a helpful site. I have received and read so many great thoughts and ideas. To make the decision for your friend is not really fair. She's the one with the Aspergers child anyway. You also did not ask a question. So for mom's to prod a bit to keep the thread going and solicit more information is not unusual.
Dove - posted on 08/15/2015
lol lol lol lol Dee... you literally did NOT ask any questions or for any advice in your op.... No, if you are not going to provide any information or questions this absolutely isn't the site for you. We can only offer helpful advice to people actually SEEKING it.
Your op only says 'bank account for asberger child'.... exactly what the hell were you looking for w/ THAT?! lol You're hilarious.
Dee - posted on 08/15/2015
This note for Michelle Waldbillig, Jodi, and those who responded to me with complaints about my spelling. First of all this is a resource for mothers? REALLY? SERIOUSLY? A place to reach out for advice? SERIOUSLY? I do not have a child with this concern but I have a friend who does. I thought I stumbled on a good resource for her but I was VERY wrong. Instead of addressing my question or reaching out in a positive manner you were dismissive and insulting. So, I will not recommend this site to my friend who has a son just diagnosed and needs helpful advice. In addition, I am unsubscribing as well. You are a poor example of Mothers looking out for each other. Short of my spelling the medical term incorrectly and your assumption that it was my child involved..it seems to me that your heart would be for a mother asking for advice that should have concerned you most and not the spelling. Now, I am sure you understood this and don't have a wonder exactly what I mean.
Jodi - posted on 08/14/2015
OK, this drives me absolutely bonkers. If you have a child WITH aspergers, can you at least have the respect to spell it correctly????? It is a P not a B!!!! Why do so many people insist it is spelled with a B? And if you spell it correctly you may find your google searches may be more accurate too.
Join Circle of Moms
Sign up for Circle of Moms and be a part of this community! Membership is just one click away.Join Circle of Moms