By Helen Conroy and Lisa Joyce Goes, with Foreword by Robert W. Sears, MD
The Thinking Moms’ Revolution (TMR) is a group of twenty-three moms (and one awesome dad) from Montana to Malaysia who all have children with developmental disabilities. Initially collaborating online about therapies, biomedical intervention, alternative medicine, special diets, . . . → Read More: The Thinking Moms’ Revolution
I finally finished “Living Autism Day By Day”, written by Pamela Bryson-Weaver. This isn’t a typical autism book. It’s not written as a story. Instead, it’s written as a day-by-day inspiration. Pamela isn’t trying to tell you how you should raise your autistic child. She isn’t hitting you over the head with what you . . . → Read More: Living Autism Day By Day
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
I spend a lot of time waiting in the doctor’s office, therapist office, and special activities for my children. One thing I notice at these times is that our children get bored quickly. I see parents take out their phones and let their children play games on them.
I don’t have a smart phone, . . . → Read More: New MG Gaming System Review
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Caroline McGraw of A Wish Come Clear. This post is an excerpt from her recently-released book, Love’s Subversive Stance: Ground Yourself & Grow In Relationship.
When I was a little girl, I don’t remember having a firm concept of God, specifically. Yet I do . . . → Read More: Excerpt From Love’s Subversive Stance by Caroline McGraw
I love to read. I just wish I had more time to do so. I was able to find some time to sit down and read Dead Ringer, written by Allen Wyler. I thought it would take me about two weeks to read this, because of my busy schedule. It didn’t. It took me . . . → Read More: Dead Ringer By Allen Wyler Mystery Suspense Book Review
11-year-old Max from NBC’s Parenthood asks his Dad, “Well, what is Aspergers Syndrome?” His dad struggles to explain, but when Max hears him use words like disability and aspergers syndrome, it leaves Max feeling confused and alone.
Getting an Aspergers Diagnosis
When a child is diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome (AS), an autism spectrum . . . → Read More: Aspergers Syndrome Awareness Found on TV