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I have a daughter who dislikes challenges. She’d rather give up than persevere. This is probably hugely affected by her sensory processing disorder and ADHD. How, I
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If you have an 8th grader, a 12th grader, or a senior in college, soon they will be graduating. (I’m already crying.) Gift one of
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Do you have a child with an introverted temperament? Introverted children, that’s about one-third to one-half of the population, recharge their energy from time spent alone.
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In a world full of parenting books for “typical” kids and books about understanding specific disorders, there aren’t many books that guide us on how to
What are your safety rules? Wear helmets, don’t stick your finger in an outlet, buckle up, look both ways before crossing the street, . .
My 16-year-old daughter’s therapist recently had yet another come-to-Jesus talk with my husband and me. Don’t get me wrong, it was awesome. They are always
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