Writer Deanna Picon and Autism Parenting Journal Supply Romance Suggestions For Particular Wants Mother and father and People

Edition August 2021

The August issue offers expert advice on autism and romantic relationships

Parents with special needs can use these simple tips to revitalize their relationship and keep it strong and exciting. Making marriage a priority is good for the whole family. “

– Deanna Picon

NEW YORK, NY, USA, Aug. 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Having a rewarding and strong marriage or relationship while raising a disabled son or daughter is not an easy task. Between work, family responsibilities and taking care of all areas of the child’s life, parents have little time for themselves, let alone a partner.

“The pandemic has added even more pressures to an already stressful situation, including financial insecurity, job insecurity and health concerns,” said Deanna Picon, founder of Your Autism Coach, LLC and author of The Autism Parents’ Guide to Reclaiming Your Life. “Parents are overwhelmed and often put their relationship on hold. But despite all the challenges, they have to take care of each other and make their relationship a priority. “

Special needs mothers and fathers can reinvigorate their relationships by using some of the strategies found in Picon’s article, Tips to Revitalize and Strengthen Your Marriage. It appears in the August 2021 issue of Autism Parenting Magazine.

1. Give yourself some space. Now that you’ve isolated yourself with your family during the pandemic, it’s time to think about your personal needs for a change. Give yourself some “breathing space” and try to be “you” again, and don’t feel guilty about it. Take part in activities that make you feel good. For example, go to the gym, start a running program, dance, do a manicure / pedicure, meditate. Doing what makes you happy is beneficial for you, your relationship, and the whole family.

2. Remember that you are both human. Just keep that in mind the next time your partner says they are overwhelmed with working from home while managing a child’s virtual learning plan. Take on or help with a task if you can. Give each other permission to vent and “blow off steam” whenever you need it. Do not be critical or take anything to heart in the heat of the moment. Be understanding of your spouse’s feelings so that you avoid inciting anger and resentment. By allowing one another to be open and honest, you build goodwill, trust, and respect in your relationship, and you deepen the bond between the two of you.

3. Use your support team. Ask family members or close friends (well in advance) to watch your special needs child and / or other children for a few hours or a day or two. Knowing that they can help will make you feel good. You can rest assured that your children are safe and in good hands. And best of all: there are no childcare costs.

4. Plan pleasant dates. Every couple needs and deserves some alone time to reconnect and keep the emotional, physical, and communicative ties strong. And don’t feel bad about it. It’s the best way to prioritize your relationship. Plan “fun” appointments for yourself weekly or monthly. Write them down on your cell phone or computer calendar. Your date doesn’t have to be a “night on the town”. A blockbuster, a summer movie, or a snack at a local restaurant are fine. Take part in some of the hobbies, activities, and events that you enjoy. Summer is the perfect time to relax outdoors. Take an old-fashioned picnic in a park or beach, or go for a swim.

5. Keep the spark alive. Remember, affection and attention for your partner needn’t be set aside just for dates and special occasions. After your children fall asleep, have some wine, nibble on chips and dips, or enjoy a delicious candlelit dessert. Curl up on the sofa while you stream Netflix movies. It’s a leisurely way to end a stressful day.

6. Appreciate one another. Despite the negative aspects of the pandemic, it taught us some important lessons. Life is unpredictable. It can be turned upside down in no time. We should cherish our loved ones. Now, perhaps more than ever, it is important to express your gratitude to your partner. Don’t forget to say, “I love and need you” or “Thank you for taking care of this for me”. It’s simple words, but on a tough day, a few sincere expressions can make all the difference.

The August issue of Autism Parenting Magazine contains a wealth of valuable information and advice for parents to share with young people who are beginning to explore relationships, attraction, and all the confusing moments and emotions that come with it.

It includes an excellent article that provides a comprehensive guide to sex education to help parents have a pleasant and informative dialogue with their children. Another piece focuses on the concept of teaching “love” as a life skill. The publication contains a range of articles on topics such as behavioral intervention plans, the autism assessment process, sensory solutions and communication. A free copy is available at www.autismparentingmagazine.com.

Your Autism Coach, LLC offers personalized counseling, comprehensive support programs, and seminars that address the concerns of parents with special needs. Check Twitter (@yourautismcoach) for the latest parenting tips and advice from Deanna Picon. She shows parents how to overcome the challenges of raising a child with special needs while building a rewarding life for themselves. Deanna was named Top Parental Advice Writer 2020 and 2018 and Top Life Coach Writer 2015 by Autism Parenting Magazine.

Deanna Picon
Your Autism Coach, LLC
+1 347-869-4705
email us here

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