Don't get upset over it, please. I'm sorry if I offended you in the other thread!
You certainly did not offend me, George.
It's ok to disagree and it is what I have been saying for hours now. I totally understand your opinion and arguments. I just happen to think that while being right, it's exaggerated. And what almost
upsets me, is that regardless of my million arguments and claims, nobody really dared think twice if I might have a point.
I totally understand you, Raquel. But as a vmom, I worry that you will go on belieiving everthing is OK and dandy, makes a decision and have a very bad conseauence as a parent and regrets it or at least keeps questioning yourself.
You know me better than that. "Going on believing that everything is ok" is not my type and would never be the way I would parent my children. That is absolutely not my point. I know I am bad with words, I just didn't know I would be this bad at expressing myself.
I am still thinking would it be better if I talked to his third grade teacher, or instead of putting him in a special school instead of public school or not even move to US. It may not be rational but that's reality.
When the group of doctors told hubby and I that Jr. has Asperger, they immediately said it had nothing to do with us since his conception or even before.
That tells you whenever something is wrong with a child, the parents will normally put the blame on themselves and it's a pretty heavy cross to bear.
And I know, or imagine, how hard it is to be a parent. And the better parent you are, the more you question yourself and your decisions. And for the record, I think you are an amazing mom. And there is no way I could make you question yourself or doubt your decisions less, because that's only a consequence of being a good parent.