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Featured Advocate: Julie from Neurologically Gifted: Understanding Challenges in Neurological Disorder 5/6

Julie  and Family:  We are a successful family profoundly affected by neurological disorder. Within our family of five we share and manage successfully with Tourette Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Social Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, and Learning Disabilities. 305 more words

Can We Blame It On The Brain? - part 2

In my last post I wrote about the need for believers in Christ to point their brothers and sisters to God’s truth rather than relying on humanistic psychology. 2,882 more words


ADD: Hey Brain! Pay Attention!

My Childhood Experience Being Identified As ADD
I was identified as a child with ADD (attention deficit disorder) by an educational prescriptionist in elementary school. I didn’t like that label. 916 more words


Practicing what I preach

My sister is angry about being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.

Do you remember being angry when you were diagnosed?

I assume it’s a common reaction. 555 more words

Diabetes Blog

Busy, is it good or bad?

I am always busy.  I run myself ragged with all my projects.  I’m currently writing a book, writing this blog, working two jobs, finishing two Bachelor’s and waiting to hear back on my Master’s program application. 130 more words


Autism and Empathy

What is autism?

When I give people the formal definition of autism, I see their eyes glaze over as it is rather long winded and meaningless to those who know little about autism. 1,950 more words

Child Development


People with ADD/ADHD don’t all suffer from the same cluster of symptoms and issues. We believe each person must be treated as individuals and life-coaching must be customized to each person. 225 more words

Tom Cocklereece