You Do YOU


Welcome to Episode 58 of the Autism Parenting Secrets. 


In this episode, Cass and Len share some real-life examples about things not going your way.

If you’re taking a stand for your child, you WILL piss some people off.  

Family and friends often don’t get it.  Naysayers are around every corner.

But that’s ok.  It comes with the territory.

You can either be okay with disapproval and move forward or you can let it hold you back.

And if it holds you back, it’s ultimately holding your child back too.

In any given moment, a super-effective strategy is to stay true to what you know is right…


This week’s secret is…

      You Do YOU


You’ll Discover:

You Don’t Have To Get Triggered (1:35)
You Can Pivot Quickly (7:10)
Simply Pausing Allows You To Respond (8:50)
Triggers Are Reminders (6:50)
Judging Less Is Doable (10:45)
People Pleasing Is Not Necessary (13:00)


Additional Resources

* Learn how to create healthier versions of your kid’s favorite foods.  Join the Free 5-Day Cassava Flour Power Challenge – starts August 2nd.  Goto

* Free Resource: 33 Mistakes Most Autism Parents Make and How To Avoid Them

* To learn more about Cass & Len’s All-In Warrior Parent Tribe, click here

* Got a Picky Eater? – this can help

* To learn more about Cass & Len, visit us at

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