Ser profesora va más allá de enseñar, ser profesora es mirar la cara de cada alumno y dedicarle tu 100% y que este te conteste con una sonrisa, con un gracias Miss, que cuando llegas a buscarlos a las salas te griten Miss Daniiiiiiiii y veas las caras de todos felices por querer seguir aprendiendo de una manera motivacional, dedicada, empatica, dedicación y con muuuuuuuuucho amor. Por que para mi eso es ! Es amor a lo que estudié, amo mi carrera siento que cada vez uno puede ser un granito de arena que pueda aportar al mundo, es por eso que quiero seguir aprendiendo más y más.
Por eso, por el amor que cada alumno te entrega, por mis colegas que también lo dan todo para no ser como el “típico profesor de educación física que manda a correr” o que no se preocupa si le pasa algo (problemas internos), por eso y mucho más FELIIIIZ DÍA A TODOS LOS PROFESORES 👩🏼🏫👨🏻🏫💪🏼🎉🎊🤸🏻♂️🤾🏽♂️🏃🏼♀️🏅🏈😍😊 #happyteachersday#teacher#newworld#myplace#mywork#myhappyplace#enjoy#icandoit#motivation#instagram#instagramer#instafit#instahealth#instagood#instapicture#instamoment#instadreams#instasport#instalove#instaday
When we had an autistic child, we knew nothing about autism and were inclined to take advice from professionals. But now, 17 years later, we can tell from experience that as parents you know much better than the professionals. The medical world sees autism as a disability and prescribes medication. Schools see autism as a disability and I quote: "place too much emphasis on the deficit and not enough on the strength" (Temple Grandin).
We now think very differently about it. Our son has never done so well and never felt so happy as he does now. We cannot change the way the world sees autism, but we can keep thinking for ourselves.
2 4012 August, 2019
When I was in my twenties, I saw a competition of a car brand, in which you could win a trip to Canada. I registered with my boyfriend, who is now my husband. I really wanted to go to Canada and I was sure we were going to win. First we had to put on paper why they should take us to Canada. Then we had to get through 2 selection days. We survived all 3 selection rounds. I was so sure all the time that they would choose us. Years later I read the book The Secret. I had done everything exactly as they described in the book. You were born to create, so create your perfect life.
4 3511 August, 2019
A home is very important for our autistic son. He has no friends, no sport club, no school. He tried, but it didn't work. Almost everything he does in life takes place at home. Learning through home education, gaming on his computer at home with his cousin or brother. Listening to music, watching tv, jumping the trampoline, playing outside. Everything at home. As an exception, he runs 6k every day on the roads around our house. His favorite road definitely leads home.
2 3310 August, 2019
Many of my family members have worked in the hotel business. I also started as a waitress in my student days. I have learned to be hospitable from an early age. I still am. When people visit us, I always want to give them enough to eat and drink. It was a good learning experience to go the extra mile for guests. It feels good to take good care of others and take good care of yourself. Yes....even to spoil yourself now and then. Live a life of abundance. Share abundantly, enjoy abundantly and love abundantly.
2 449 August, 2019
Someone wrote on Instagram: autism is not a disability, it's a different ability. I totally agree with that. All help is aimed at preparing as well as possible for "our" world, but what if we are completely wrong with that. That's why we let our autistic son develop in his own world now and we'll see where he ends up. It was a process for us to change our framework of thinking, because we cannot ask anyone. We just listen to silence and control our doom thoughts.
1 408 August, 2019
Very warm memories of a trip with my parents, my husband and my sisters to Indonesia. We had to get up at 3 a.m. to visit Mount Bromo in East Java. This photo reminds me of my mother who passed away. She always listened to her inner voice. I am grateful that she was my mother. When I got my autistic son I learned to listen to my inner voice, too. It brought me a lot.
4 357 August, 2019
This photo was made in the last century. 22 years ago I saw my first of the new 7 Wonders of the World: the Taj Mahal in India. A few years later I went to Rome and saw the Colosseum. I wish I can visit one of the other Wonders with my children. We can go to China to see the Great Wall of China. Or we can go to Petra in Jordan, Chichen Itza in Mexico, Machu Picchu in Peru or Christ the Redeemer in Brazil. I surely love to be amazed by Wonders.
3 526 August, 2019
Before we had children we loved to travel. We went to India and saw a fascinating piece of the world. We thought that when we had children we would take them on a journey and show them the world. That idea became impossible when we had an autistic son. We had to adjust our plans, but life is a journey and we do the utmost to get the most out of it.❤
5 435 August, 2019
In the Netherlands there was a homeopathic physician who did a lot of research on autistic children. He discovered that a lot of autistic children lack self-love with fear to be abandoned by the mother from fear not to deserve her love. To compensate that feeling they eat a lot of products with sugar. In our family it was candy, chocolate and tomato ketchup. The work of the physician inspired me to try to give our son a bulk packaging of love to give his confidence a boost , also when he acts impossible. Every day, all day long. We want him to see how amazing he is. It helps: the sugar consumption decreased enormously.
2 423 August, 2019
This photo was made by my sister who is on vacation in Italy with her family. We stay at home this year for the 4th year in a row and it feels great. The youngest is on the road with his friends in the city, the swimming pool, the gym or gaming. The oldest is at home on his computer and is connected to his cousin. My husband and I have 2 weeks off and are busy or relaxing in the garden. We all do our thing, far away from the holiday crowds. We do not expose our autistic son to the heat, the crowd, the lack of daily rhythm. You do not have to go anywhere to have a holiday feeling. Your mindset can give you your dream life.
3 412 August, 2019
I never had problems making choices until I had a child with autism. Then I found all choices difficult. I had to make choices for a child who does not meet the standards of society in order for him to participate in the system. He hated the system. The school with the rules, the methods for learning, the dress codes, the frustrations of other children. If I look back I would now make some other choices. I don't find it difficult anymore. I only make happy choices.
1 281 August, 2019
I have shared one of my blogs on an autism community on Facebook. In the blog I suggest to try to tell your kid a positive story of his/her life and future before going to sleep every night. Only positive words! In our family it resulted in a more reasonable, more understanding and happier autistic son. I have had more than 200 responses, including 20 people who wrote that they are going to try. The idea that someone benefits as much as my son, even if it is just 1 person, means a lot to me. I know the enormously bumpy road of families with 1 or more children with autism. I feel alive, because I have made the road less bumpy for someone.
1 4230 July, 2019
Taking beautiful photos is a matter of patience. Especially when you take photos of birds. A few years ago our autistic son wanted to have a photo of this bird. He had spotted it at our hotel and wanted a photo up close. He succeeded because he has such a strong focus. This focus has often driven us as parents to despair. Children with a strong will are difficult to raise. Every bird sings its own song, so to speak. He only sings much louder than most of us.
4 4228 July, 2019
It is difficult to stay cool with a heat wave, but water always provides cooling. Our autistic son does not come out during the day with the heat, but in the evening he goes for a nice swim. Nice alone in the garden, no people around him. Last night at 1 a.m. I heard something. He went swimming again. How privileged we are to live in an area on earth where there is no water shortage: water is gold
3 4426 July, 2019
We have an incredible number of thoughts that go through our heads every day. The estimates vary between 40,000 and 60,000 thoughts per day. Meditation or breathing exercises help to navigate the flow of thoughts in the right direction: a positive one. Our autistic son does not want to meditate, but before he goes to sleep, I tell him a positive story about his life. It works for him when he falls asleep with positive thoughts. Running 6k every day also works well to calm his head. And living in a quiet environment among the deer is priceless for his busy mind.
3 4325 July, 2019
Everything in a child's life should be about believing in oneself. Imagine that the only focus of every school, sportclub, music club, art club or any other club would be to make children believe in themselves. What kind of adults would we have in 20 years?
6 4924 July, 2019
It is time for a tribute to brothers and sisters of children with autism. School was always a disaster, but at home our autistic son always had someone to play with: his little brother. And also someone with the same interests who always took into account his impatient character. Now his little brother is 15 and fully enjoying his life with friends. He is entitled to do that. He was the best friend and therapist his brother has ever had. That is why it is very appropiate to quote: thank you little brother. You were the shelter of my childhood.
3 4522 July, 2019
When we went on vacation, we always had to have a swimming pool. Our autistic son always swam more under water than above water. 4 years ago the children had the opportunity to learn how to dive. A team of young divers had just started their business and offered guests to dive 1 day in the pool and 1 day in the sea for a small fee. Our children were the first customers. It was a wonderful experience.
7 7720 July, 2019
Good health is not something we can buy. My sister and I will take our father to the hospital. The neurologist will tell us today what the result of the test is. Our autistic son could not sleep, because he was worried about Granddad.Let's hope for the best.❤
3 6318 July, 2019
Summer Holidays. The time for reflection and enjoyment with the family. Yesterday my husband said he thought our autistic son had changed so positively. More reasonable, more understanding and happier. I said I thought I knew why. Our son has been going to bed for a couple of years with a simple "sleep well". But since 2 months I have been telling him a positive story before going to sleep. I list everything he is good at, I say how much I love him and I list the beautiful things in our lives. Finally, I mention all his future wishes and tell him that I think they will all come true, because he deserves it. He says it feels like hypnosis and it makes him sleep so well. I will certainly continue with it....
2 6617 July, 2019
The silence of the night is a blessing for our autistic son. He loves to stay up very late and do his thing without the sound of others. Our satellite connection for the tv did not work anymore since yesterday. Last night he redesigned the tv room so that he could lay a cable to another room. This morning we could watch tv again. We were very surprised. Perhaps an idea for the future for him to work at night in the sound of silence.
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