Positive Input is Like a Ray of Sunshine

 

Do you know how powerfully destructive negative input can be?  It can tear one apart and make a person doubt themselves in all areas of their life.  It can stop one from advancing and wanting to do better.  It can cause depression.

We all want to feel acknowledged and appreciated for who we are.

Having a positive attitude is a powerful tool and tonic. I know how very important it is for our children, especially our children with autism and special needs.  When I give my autistic adult son positive feedback, compliments, or praise, his entire demeanor changes instantly and dramatically.  I can see with my very own eyes how it brightens him up.   It is like a ray of sunshine lit up his world and he soaks it up like a sponge. 

The more positive input I give my son the more he grows and develops.  It is as if I am giving him permission to be himself and to do his best and that I am happy he exists. In other words, I accept him for exactly who he is and he feels it.  If you want to see how your child will respond from positive input just give it a try.  With positive reinforcement our children will thrive.

 

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Joel Manzer
Husband to an Amazing Wife, and Father of a Child with Autism. Founding Lead Editor of this site called Autisable. Click here to join Autisable!
Joel Manzer

Joel Manzer

Husband to an Amazing Wife, and Father of a Child with Autism. Founding Lead Editor of this site called Autisable. Click here to join Autisable!

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