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A Mom’s Lesson Learned Raising an Autistic Child

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Raising an Autistic child can be very challenging, and at times heartbreaking. The following story is an autism mom’s lesson learned raising her autistic child. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did. It’s sad, but also inspiring.

It was 6:09 pm on a chilly November evening when the most beautiful . . . → Read More: A Mom’s Lesson Learned Raising an Autistic Child

Renting Textbooks and Operation Smile Donations

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It’s been about 16 years since I have bought textbooks for college. Back then, they were expensive. These days, they still are. I went onto Amazon to find out the cost of an Accounting text book. The lowest price for the one I searched on was $179. I then went over to . . . → Read More: Renting Textbooks and Operation Smile Donations

Mother’s Day With Spicy Subscriptions

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I get two day a year to do whatever I want. Two days a year that I don’t have to cook or clean. These two days are Mother’s Day and my birthday. Since Mother’s Day is just around the corner, I agreed to do a review of a Spicy Subscriptions monthly Box. They sent . . . → Read More: Mother’s Day With Spicy Subscriptions

When Mom’s To-Do List is Doing Her In

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“We Can Do It!” was a World War II-era battle cry that empowered women. Today, however, the expression for many women is more like, “We can do it — if there’s time.”

By their 40s, more than 80 percent of American women are mothers, according to the U.S. census. Meanwhile, they also make up . . . → Read More: When Mom’s To-Do List is Doing Her In

Poem For My Mom

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I hope this “poem for my mom” about Autism touches the hearts of all those extraordinary moms today. It was written by 12 year old Jacqueline Shea.

My Mom is Extraordinary

Chosen by God, she is going to have me. Mommy doesn’t know she will give birth to me yet. I hope she likes . . . → Read More: Poem For My Mom

A FULL LIFE WITH AUTISM: From Learning to Forming Relationships to Achieving Independence

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Written by Chantal Sicile-Kira and her severely autistic son Jeremy, A FULL LIFE WITH AUTISM offers first-hand advice on how young people with autism can transition into adulthood.

You might already be familiar with this extraordinary mother-son duo. Chantal is an autism expert, an award winning author, a public speaker, and the founder of . . . → Read More: A FULL LIFE WITH AUTISM: From Learning to Forming Relationships to Achieving Independence

Future Fortified

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For most of us, feeding our children nutritious meals to ensure their well being is just a matter of driving to the local grocery store and picking up some fruits and veggies, chicken breast and milk. It’s not something we even think twice about, we just do it…because we can. But there are parents . . . → Read More: Future Fortified

Essential Fatty Acids Omega 3 Coromega Supplement

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Given the vast and growing body of scientific research proving the many health benefits of omega 3 essential fatty acids, we know that fish oil is important in the diet. Why are Essential Fatty Acids important and what can they do for my child with autism?

Nutritional intervention can play a dynamic role in . . . → Read More: Essential Fatty Acids Omega 3 Coromega Supplement

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