Month: May 2019

Episode 1: A Veteran’s View

Take a look at 5 minutes from a veterans view. This series will goes through different perspectives, focusing on circumstances that veterans never forget.

The Balance Between Military Life and Family Life

Life’s challenging, for everyone. There are always lessons to learn, challenges to conquer, and dreams to enlighten. One of the biggest challenges that I have presently, is decided how to choose between a military life and a family life. Make no mistake, there are two different types of life there.

Autism Awareness Shirt from Tickle Me Creations

Looking for a trendy cool autism shirt. Check out tickle me creations different not less shirt now.

How First Impressions Can Make or Break Your Life With Autism

Riding Hover board

Understanding first impressions can really effect day-to-day life in a household. With a child like Carter, you never know how long he will hold on to something, especially something bad! Read more now!

The Backbone of the Military Family

How well do you understand what the military spouse does? They accomplish so much, with so little recognition. So let them know that you do see them, even just a little.

Memorial Day Thoughts, Everlasting Thank You

For the last week, I have been trying to decide how to portray a post for today, as Memorial Day holds a very special place in my heart, like many veterans and their families.

Fun in the Sun, Outer Banks Style

Fun in the Sun, Outer Banks Style

Had a great day on the beach in Avon NC. What is your favorite place beach to hang out.

Getting Shots, Pain or Fear That is Causing That Meltdown

Baby Crying

Nobody likes to take their child to get shots, but when you add brain tumors and autism to the mix, shots can be 20 times worse. Is it he end of the world though?

A Day Never Forgotten, Days Always Relived

Here at From Tumor 2 Autism, we want to be the building block of conversation. Don’t be afraid to just say hi, because you never know where a doctor in the ER will lead you when he has a thought. It could end up being the thought that saves your child’s life.

Cut Yourself Some Slack, It’s Good For Everyone

Do not feel guilty for wanting to take care of yourself just a little bit. you give your kids everything, but there can be nothing to give if there is nothing left. The judgmental people out there will call us bad parents. Haters are always going to hate, and until they stand in your exact shoes for just a moment, they will never understand.