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She trusted that the things that made him different were the very things that could make him great. Join Sally and Nathan as they share their stories from a personal perspective as mother and son. If you are in need of help and hope in your own journey with an outside-the-box child, or if you're an adult trying to make sense of your differences, you'll find deep insight, resonance, and encouragement in the pages of this book. Dare to love and nurture the "different" one in your life. Paperback , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Different , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jan 24, Brianna Preston rated it it was amazing. I just finished this book, and my cheeks are still wet from the tears that fell unbidden in the last chapter. Raising a child with a "difference" is challenging, but Sally Clarkson chose to see her boy as a gift and a blessing.

She was determined to whisper God's love into his heart, faithfully cementing the truth that even though her son Nathan was different, he was uniquely designed, loved, and accepted by his Heavenly Father. This book is special because we hear from the child himself--Nathan I just finished this book, and my cheeks are still wet from the tears that fell unbidden in the last chapter. This book is special because we hear from the child himself--Nathan, now a man, gives us a glance inside the heart and head of a child who feels like he never quite fits, no matter how much he'd like to be "normal".

We see his frustration and angst as he struggles to find his way, as well as his relief and security in the warmth of his home where he had a champion and confidante. If you have a different child, you'll find wisdom and hope in the words of this mother and son team. Dec 13, Bethany rated it it was amazing. Reading this book gave me so much hope for my kids who the world perceives to be "different. I am so, so incredibly thankful to Nathan and Sally for sharing the story of their journey and would heartily recommend this book to any moms out there who feel like they don't know how to reach the hearts their "different" children.

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I received an a Reading this book gave me so much hope for my kids who the world perceives to be "different. I received an advance-copy of this book in exchange for my thoughts on it. However, I will be purchasing my own copy when it is released for sale and will be giving it as gifts as well. Dec 13, Alicia C. This book is such an encouragement for anyone with a child who is "different". Walking that path can feel lonely and what you get from Sally and Nathan is insight, encouragement and understanding for the journey. Sep 12, Donna rated it it was ok Shelves: This is an autobiography that covers the parenting of children who are "different" and it covers what it's like to be different as a child with OCD.

I appreciated the story that is told. More open an honest discussions need to take place because the problem is not going away as more more people are diagnosed with this. Now with all that being said, two things kept this from being 3 or even 4 stars. One is that it 2. One is that it seemed slow at first and a little in the middle. The wrap up at the end was nicely done though. I almost rounded up to 3 stars for that. But this also felt a little too orchestrated so that it fit perfectly in a little box. It had me wondering if there was more to this story.

I was wishing I could see past that. Dec 13, Kim Huxley rated it it was amazing. This book is truly a gift from Sally and Nathan Clarkson, who have chosen openness and vulnerability, in order to reach the hearts of many.

Different: The Story of an Outside-The-Box Kid and the Mom Who Loved Him

I have longed for a book that would give me encouragement and wisdom on my journey with an outside-the-box child, but so many have left me feeling inadequate with just more items to add to my to do list. After reading this book I felt like I had been cheered on, been given a big hug, and assured that God has an amazing plan and purpose for my "different" dau This book is truly a gift from Sally and Nathan Clarkson, who have chosen openness and vulnerability, in order to reach the hearts of many. After reading this book I felt like I had been cheered on, been given a big hug, and assured that God has an amazing plan and purpose for my "different" daughter.

Dec 09, Laurel Williston rated it really liked it. This book is a must for any parent of a child who is different in any way. It is so honest and encouraging, telling this family's story from the perspectives of both parent and child. Parenting is so hard, and this book gives hope as well as practical insight into how to parent well a child who may not fit the norms.

And it does so from a faith perspective, not with merely human reasoning. I received an electronic advanced readers copy in return for my honest review. But after it Wow! But after it is released, I will be buying copies for myself, my family, and several friends.


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This was an encouragement to my heart. Lots of highlighted stuff for me to go back through and peel back as a mom. When you have an "out of the box" kid, life can feel lonely and the weight heavy and overwhelming. I found myself whispering "yes! The only two critiques I have are A struggling mom like myself could get discouraged at the chipper perf This was an encouragement to my heart.

A struggling mom like myself could get discouraged at the chipper perfection found in these pages. Though it was said they didn't do everything perfectly, it would have been nice for that side of things to receive more exposure. I mean, come on. Give me a "he was getting on my frickin' nerves! Jul 28, Jayna rated it really liked it Shelves: I know that some people did not like the tone of Sally's portions, but as a mom going through a similar plight with a young child I found her portions encouraging. She does not say you need to be like her or her family, but encourages by enumerating some moments of failure and success while focusing on God and his perseverance.

Yes, Nathan's passages are deeply compelling. If you are struggling with a different child who is often misunderstood even by you or your spouse , then I think that this is worth your time. Dec 14, Jacqui Wakelam rated it it was amazing. Sally is such an inspirational and relatable writer and although I don't have a child with an actual diagnosis I think all parents can draw encouragement from this story.

In some way our children are out-of-the-box with their different quirks and personalities and they can shock us with how different they are to us. We can find ourselves at a loss in how to understand our child, how to nurture, see the best in them, like them even! But the journey Sally as a mum and Nathan as her son have been o Sally is such an inspirational and relatable writer and although I don't have a child with an actual diagnosis I think all parents can draw encouragement from this story.

But the journey Sally as a mum and Nathan as her son have been on with all their 'labels', some very serious, takes us into a beautiful place of God's unconditional and never failing love. This true story of how God not only enabled them to cope but to live fully into a glorious, blossoming relationship really strikes at my heart to be all I can be as a mother and to only see and believe the best for my child. No matter what the seeming limitations may be, with God, the impossible can happen!

Thank you Nathan and Sally! Jul 04, Mackenzie rated it really liked it Shelves: When I first read this I was slightly disappointed because it wasn't what I expected. I wanted tips and tricks, a plan to "fix this. It's given me the courage to continue to err on the side of grace when it comes to certain issues.

Yes, we have boundaries and structure and con When I first read this I was slightly disappointed because it wasn't what I expected. Yes, we have boundaries and structure and consequences but those might not be done in the way another mother would, or even I would for another child, and that's okay. I'm not parenting for the benefit of anyone but my child and under the judgement of anyone by my God. And I'm obviously not a perfect mother but I can trust God to fill in the gaps.

This child was given to me and my husband for a reason, God trusts us to raise him the best we can while relying on Him daily to do so, and we will be okay. Feb 07, Rachel rated it it was amazing. My favorite book thus far for - While I don't have a different child, I found this book had much to teach me.

It speaks volumes to the expectations that parents place upon themselves from Church and society, and the importance of loving your child for who they are. May 15, Casey added it Shelves: Sally Clarkson has much insight, grace, and wisdom to glean from in this book about how she approached raising her "different" child. Nathan's side of the story was a good balance and brought a new perspective. Their struggles and frustrations were unique to them and it was refreshing to read their story because they didn't offer a formula to follow or seem "preachy" - just humbly shared what worked and didn't for them.

Sep 13, Rebecca Gernon rated it it was ok. I wanted to like this book but couldn't. In fact, I quit after 60 pages. The pages written by Nathan the young man who has obsessive compulsive disorder and ADHD were excellent. A child witness problems and the parent of a child like this would find them helpful. The lengthy comments by the mother, Sally Clarkson seemed like reading a textbook, without feelings, difficult to understand, disjointed. Read Nathan's writing, no comfort from Sally.

Jul 10, Laura rated it it was amazing. Sources have told The Daily Telegraph that the internal investigation into Clarkson's conduct will be a straightforward finding of fact by the BBC's human resources department. If he is found to have punched his colleague, he will be subjected to the Corporation's fixed disciplinary procedures, which could include the sack.

Different: The Story of an Outside-The-Box Kid and the Mom Who Loved Him by Sally Clarkson

Prime Minister David Cameron said Mr Clarkson, who lives in his Witney constituency, was a "huge talent" and hoped the incident could be "sorted out". Previous controversies, including racist language, have been a "debating point" in which executives had considerable discretion over what action to take. They will have no such say in what happens to Clarkson if the HR investigation finds against him.

Cohen, who said last year that no-one was bigger than the BBC, is said to have favoured sacking Clarkson last year after he was filmed saying the n-word in a Top Gear outtake, but he was overruled by Lord Hall, the BBC director-general.

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Within minutes of news of his suspension breaking, fans of Clarkson had started an online petition to have him reinstated. More than , people have so far signed the petition. Speaking for the first time since this week's Top Gear was cancelled, James May was asked by reporters outside his home in London whether Clarkson was innocent. Asked if he was worried about the future of Top Gear, he said: I'm sure it will be fine. He tried to get back into his garage, where he keeps his collection of motorbikes, but said: The "fracas" happened in Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales, where the team was filming last week.

Clarkson, May and Hammond stayed at the Simonstone Hall Hotel in Hawes on March 4, but staff there refused to say if that was where the alleged incident happened. The incident was only reported to the Corporation on Monday, resulting in Clarkson's suspension on Tuesday morning, a decision that was taken with the blessing of Lord Hall. The remaining three episodes of the current series have been pulled from the schedules and the BBC refuses to discuss whether it will ever return.

I'm having a nice cold pint, waiting for this to blow over. If the complaint against Clarkson is upheld, the BBC will have little choice but to sack him, as it was made clear to him last year that he was on a final warning after a racism row after claims that he used the n-word during filming.

It was just one among many racist and xenophobic comments over the years, and critics had complained that Clarkson was being given special treatment by the BBC because of the immense profitability of Top Gear , which is sold to territories and is the most popular factual television programme in the world. But controversy has never been far away. Clarkson had to flee Argentina after driving this car through Patagonia.

He said last year: And even the angel Gabriel would struggle to survive with that hanging over his head. As recently as last month Clarkson had a verbal spat with Michael Dugher , the shadow transport minister, who had said he did not like Top Gear.

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We don't make it for people who wear pink ties. Jeremy Clarkson's gaffes July Drink-driving BBC bosses told Clarkson off for supping a gin and tonic while behind the wheel of a pick-up truck November Lorry drivers With reference to convicted killer Steve Wright, Clarkson joked on the show about how lorry drivers "murder prostitutes" February Gordon Brown The then prime minister was dismissed as a "one-eyed Scottish idiot" during a press conference in Australia.

Black Muslim Lesbians Clarkson said that the BBC was obsessed with hiring black, Muslim lesbians to counter the number of white heterosexuals in its ranks. Burkas and lingerie During a Top Gear discussion on distractions while driving: I was in a cab in Piccadilly the other day when a woman in a full burka crossing the road in front of me tripped over the pavement, went head over heels and up it came, red g-string and stockings.


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Special needs Clarkson referred to a Ferrari as 'special needs' and a 'simpleton' as a way of giving it a bad review. Mexico Clarkson sparked a diplomatic incident, and was forced to apologise to the Mexican ambassador January India Viewers complained about Clarkson's provocative remarks concerning the country's clothing, trains, food and history.

The 'N'-word Clarkson was forced into a apology after appearing to mumble the word as he sang a nursery rhyme on Top Gear. Slope Ofcom said he had breached their guidelines, when he referred to an Asian person as a 'slope', October Falklands Jeremy Clarkson caused offence this time by driving through Argentina using a number plate apparently referring to the Falklands War. For more stories, like the Telegraph's Facebook page by clicking on the link below.

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