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ADHD Child and Stranger’s Reaction

Some times it can be difficult dealing with a child with ADHD, but as a mother of one, I would not change it for the world. Last night we went to Mcdonalds for dinner, and my son was giving me a very hard time.  I had this lady come up behind me and whisper in my ear, ” Ma’m, I will be praying for you tonight.  I know how hard it is to be raising kids”, and all I could do was ball my eyes out.  She was so sweet and kind.  It really melted my hart.

When Your Child Is Bullied at School

I read a post on Super Mommy to the Rescue about her son being bullied at school, and wanted to share my daughter’s story of being bullied. It’s been going on all year, and I’m at my wit’s end on what to do. There’s a girl that has been spreading rumors about her, . . . → Read More: When Your Child Is Bullied at School

Effect of Video Games on Autism Symptoms

(Press Release)MADISON, Wis. — At the age of 9, Xavier Hansen already has it figured out. Someday, he is going to be the boss.

 

“He has great aspirations to make things,” says his mom, Gail. “His goals are to own a movie theater. He wants to be in charge. If he wants . . . → Read More: Effect of Video Games on Autism Symptoms

Cricut Signs

 

Hi everyone.

I figured, since I love doing crafts and such, that I would post some of the stickers that I have made on the blog. I do sell them, and can do practically any image you like. I hope you enjoy

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Introducing My New Blog Partner

I am so happy to introduce my new blogging partner, Jessica. We’ve been friends for awhile, and I am excited to have her joining me on my blog. Jessica has two sons that I adore. The oldest was diagnosed ADHD a couple of years ago. I think you’ll enjoy reading her stories about her sweet . . . → Read More: Introducing My New Blog Partner

Why Physicians should Attend the MAPS 2016 Spring Conference

MAPS 2016 Spring Conference

 

Autism affects a huge number of children in the world today. Research on this neurodevelopmental disorder is being conducted continuously to understand it better and find out treatments to cure it. The Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) is a leading organization dedicated to preparing physicians and doctors . . . → Read More: Why Physicians should Attend the MAPS 2016 Spring Conference

A Cry For Help From A Suicidal Mom

It breaks my heart to read comments like the one I read today. It was left on a post a wrote about moms who want to commit suicide. I want to help, offer advice, but am afraid of saying the wrong thing. I’m just a mom. I know some of what she is going through, . . . → Read More: A Cry For Help From A Suicidal Mom

Taking Care Of Kids And Working At The Same Time

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Working while taking care of children is one of the more difficult aspects of parenthood. Handling all of your children’s needs, while ensuring that your job performance does not suffer, is a delicate tightrope balancing act. The financial aspect usually plays an important role in the life of working moms, but remember that . . . → Read More: Taking Care Of Kids And Working At The Same Time

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