01-08-19 Tania & James John Malaniak discuss “When Autism Becomes the New Awesome”
When Autism Becomes the New Awesome: The Story of How My Son Beat the Odds and Secrets Parents Need to Know, Author Tania Malaniak
When Autism Becomes the New Awesome is a book to uplift and empower parents of autistic children. The author, a mother of an autistic son, explains her unconventional methods that significantly impacted the development of her incredible son who overwhelmingly exceeded the expectations of autism professionals. Tania also shares with the reader her emotional journey from diagnosis to current day, and teaching parents the importance of finding true peace and joy.
Tania Malaniak is a mother of an autistic son whose mission is to share her message and teach parents unconventional methods to positively impact children with autism.
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James John Malaniak is a spiritual advisor who teaches LAF ~ Love, Appreciation and Forgiveness, as well as being an international speaker, author, healer, messenger and founder of the LAF Kids Club. Despite “having it all”, James John found himself alone in the darkness of a deep depression. He describes himself as being beyond suicidal and feeling unworthy to live. In his darkest moment, he experienced a massive shift in consciousness which completely transformed his life. James John became aware of his true nature, the roll of the ego and how everything is connected. He founded LAF ~ Love, Appreciate, Forgive in 2015 to help spread his message of self-love, forgiveness and surrender as a path to inner peace and unconditional love for all things.
LAF’s first children’s book: How to Love Myself and Others introduces young children how to truly love themselves every day. Once they learn how to fill themselves up with self-love, it shows them how to give love to others no matter what people look like or where they come from. This book offers the opportunity for parents and children to talk about values that are the foundation of a truly happy life.
“The greatest gift we can give our children is to show them how to live, not telling them.” – James John