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Dating someone with fetal alcohol syndrome


We can all agree that reading Dating someone with fetal alcohol syndrome stories is nothing less than awesome! Real life stories about other FASD families, caregivers and FASD persons can provide us with that little bit of hope that we need to get through the day or to add some new perspective to a situation at home or school that you are dealing with.

The success stories that you will read about on these next few pages are from Caregivers and families all over the world who share many of the same challenges and battles, but they also share all the amazing little A-Ha! About 2 years ago my mother in law shared that she had drank heavily to the point of passing out every day while carrying my husband. So, my journey as well as my husbands was to find out more about FAS.

She begins dating a man...

Again, the best advice they could give us is to search the websites. With me being this way, it is a perfect world for someone for FAS, but made it a rocky ride for the 10 years, but today I am seeing it as a good thing I came into my husbands life because again, the type of person that is routin-esh and stable is someone that someone with FAS needs. He has achieved13 years in the United States Marines and when he got out he got a Civilian Police Officer job on a United States Marine Base now going on 5 years and getting ready to promote as a Sergeant — "Dating someone with fetal alcohol syndrome" to support from 3 Lieutenant referral letters.

He has been doing this since the beginning of the year. He also does more without reminders which I feel are because of routine. With him, I feel true love that I have never felt with past relationships I have had — this says a whole lot.

My story started about the yearwhen my adopted son biological grandson asked for a sibling. I could not get my daughter to have another child so I searched the website and DHS services for adoptable children. After 1 failed adoption we got lucky, thanks to adoptuskids. We knew the littlest son was FAS, but not his older brother, so I researched everything I could get my hands on and prayed, prayed and prayed.

Now, my husband has no...

We got our sons August and finalized on February 14th Little did I know the fight was on and still going to prove that these little men are special even with their disabilities. We have overcome so many obstacles and have a lot more to come.

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