Dr Naseef speaks as the father of a child with special needs and as well as a mental health professional. He takes the reader through every step of the grief, fear, anger and shame he felt as he tried to understand the best way of finding help for his son. His devotion for Tariq, who has autism, shines through every page of the book. (www.familyonwards.com)
Writing with the wisdom of a mental health professional and the compassion of a loving father, Dr Naseef has given us a book that will instruct and inspire us all. (Rabbi Harold Kushner, author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People)
His book, like a good friend, made me feel less alone. (Jennifer Graham, ACTION! PA Council for Exceptional Children)
I think we have a lot to share about the meaning of our lives together, Tariq. It can be so full and rich amid all the difficulties. It will never fit completely in any book. It's a matter of the heart. (From the Prologue) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.