Happy Hour @ Autistically Inclined
Connect and Refresh!
Our FREE Monthly Happy Hour is your opportunity to learn more about us while enjoying this lighthearted space to:
❤ Meet others like you in the special needs community
❤ Reflect on the feel-good experiences in your life
❤ Hear inspiring, fun, heart-warming stories
❤ Playfully explore positive ideas about our theme each month
❤ Walk away with a smile, feeling refreshed and rejuvenated
What does Happy Hour look like?
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What insights did we discover in our most recent Happy Hour?
January Happy Hour
Theme: Proactive Awesomeness
Taking conscious steps to set you and your child up for success.
I'll put that on the universe's list!
You just have to do it sometimes, even when you're not ready.
Goal: Random acts of kindness!
Nobody's perfect. We often don't get it right the first time. Even Disney Land's first day was an absolute disaster!
I also tell myself: ”I am enough” and "I am not alone."
The big changing moment for me was when I realized how important confidence was. I asked: What can I be confident about? And it was being confident that I didn't have confidence. It gave me a way to feel AUTHENTICALLY confident. It shifted everything.
I think action items are better than outcome goals.
It all comes down to BALANCE.
Your goal can be to write 10 pages daily but you can’t have a goal to have a best seller, since that is beyond your control.
I will tell you that your son will not let you influence your words. He knows what he wants to say. My suggestion to you is to open your heart and soul.
Allow others to help us with our weaknesses.
When planning your yearly goals, think about what could go wrong, and then plan what you'll do if it does go wrong. That way you'll have more confidence if things do go wrong.
I like having an intention, reminder, or mantra to fall back on if everything goes crazy.
It's great to have those ultimate goals, but sometimes they can be paralyzing because they're so big ... it's about realizing that it's a step-by-step journey.
Make it FUN! Let our kids be KIDS!
Kayla and Laura
Remember that our kids want to have fun too, and experience the same human emotions and struggles so many of us face.
It's a good year to have a good year.