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With autism diagnoses rising, more and more parents find the challenges of caring for an autistic child added to the everyday strains and stresses--and joys--of family life. In a deeply personal, honest, humorous set of essays, Martha Johnson Bourlakas grapples with life--life as a person of faith, life as a wife and mother, life as a clergy spouse (her husband is bishop of Southwestern Virginia), life as the parent of a developmentally disabled young adult, life as one unable to maintain pretense. Reading these essays is like sitting down over coffee with a good friend to commiserate and laugh with someone who understands.