A Mom’s Awesome Response to a Stranger’s Ridiculous Accusation
Sometimes, a seemingly small Facebook post can turn out to be undeniably awesome. This is one of those times.
Earlier this week, Rebecca Masterson, one of our Mighty contributors, received an email from an anonymous address saying that her refusal to accept autism as a gift “caused massive and major depression and an inability to feel happiness” in her son.
Masterson responded with the video below, captioned, “Thanks. But we’re good.”
Short. Sweet. Snappy. The best way, in my opinion, to respond to negativity.
That’s one Mighty mom.
P.S. You should read Masterson’s latest post, “The Best Part of Special Needs Parenting. No, Really,” and follow her on Facebook.