I think you’ll enjoy this post from one of our newest guest bloggers, Julie Hornok. If you missed her first guest blog for us, you can read it HERE. Today’s post, infused with a fun dose of humor and balanced with common sense, explores why some of our kiddos are so strongly inclined to strip down and be naked. Enjoy!
Good Naked/Bad Naked
By Julie Hornok
Two decades ago, the Seinfeld show provided a visual of what we all knew existed when it comes to what is good naked and what is bad naked. Naked during sex or sunning on a private beach – good naked. Naked while eating a hoagie and doing strenuous household chores – bad naked. Seems simple enough. Rules to live by. Thank you for spelling it out for us, Mr. Seinfeld.
But what about when our children with autism constantly want to strip down and be naked? Is this good naked or bad naked or is this is a whole different realm of naked?