My mommy worries too much

I am worried about how much my mommy worries about everything and everyone.

I am committed to helping her chill out.

A beautiful soul and woman is allowing the weight of everyone to dampen her light and angelic nature.

I hope she can continue to discover her true power which comes from love rather than abdicating 100% responsibility of others to handle their own stuff.

I am being very honest here.  I need 100% support here to help mommy.  She needs to prioritize her needs and doesn’t know how.

You need to make sure you are empowering her to take care of herself.  The consequences impact me and my ability to be productive and regulated.

So, I am boldly requesting your assistance.  Do not bring your drama into our space.
Only calming and fun anecdotes.  You only are 100% responsible for your life.

Every time you allow her to be roped into your drama, you shut down her ability to create her future and mine.

You have all the power to make a difference.

Thank you for your help,
Jordyn

With just belief you can alter a child’s future

To presume competence means to love generously and to believe they are capable of anything, despite a child’s diagnosis.

You belief is the most powerful tool for creating an environment of ability.

I am blessed to have parents who would not listen to each professional who tried to dampen their resolve that I would be able to fully express myself.

Each time someone said no they took their business elsewhere.  Each time someone tried to dampen their belief they got stronger in that belief.

My environment is set up for only success.  I am both able to be productive and comfortable in an environment that allows for what my body needs.

I am an example of what can happen when belief creates each action you take to support what you dream is possible.

Only you create your beliefs, so 100% have the guts to dream big.  Then take actions that only support the fulfillment of that dream.

The days of buying into the beliefs of others are over.

With belief in you,

Jordyn

I love so fully, I ache when others feel pain

No one knows the pain I feel for others.  When someone I love is hurting emotionally, physically or spiritually, even if they live far away, I hurt with them.

I love deeply and with all my heart.

Only a few people can understand how this feels.  One is my poor dog Nelson who feels so deeply too.  No wonder we were put together.  He manifested a large spleen like mine. You may think I’m making this up but his vet believes me.

It is a challenge not to take on other’s pain.  I use my crystals to help me 100% of the time.  However, people I love deeply aren’t 100% blocked.

My nature is to help so I take what pain I can.  Only I can’t 100% take it all.  I am fortunate to have a partner in Nelson.  He is a wonderful being.

Who knew when we were matched that this is one way he would help me.

Maybe all service dogs for autism are like Nelson, but I choose to believe he is special.

Jordyn

Every time I feel better, I get unwell again

Jordyn loves being productive, but it is so hard when Rocky (my uncontrollable body) is being uncooperative.

Friday I got so much accomplished and felt amazing.  Today I feel like crap and it is taking everything for me to point accurately on my laminate letter board.

I hope by sharing this you may understand that 45% of the time I am not able to really be 100% in control of my body.

I, with the help of mommy, am working on increasing time I am purposeful as more control is built every time I do purposeful things.

Just wish the moment didn’t keep getting stopped by my silly energy fluctuations.

Please remember I am one boy with autism and liver disease, and this doesn’t mean everyone with autism has these issues.  However, I’m willing to bet that everyone has their own version of what I’ve described.  How I don’t have depression is by being happy with every piece of me.

Jordyn

{Note:  Jordyn requested the featured photo (as he is in charge of everything on this blog) – “How about a happy pic of me in hospital please”.  This pic is from a hospital stay in September 2016, he is currently home}