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So I haven’t written in while I feel bad life got busy but I am back. Today post is the idea of social skills and because it the holiday. 193 more words

Much to Be Thankful For

When he walked in from picking up our dinner, I saw the large brown envelope under his arm. He tossed it to me and said, “Open it now!” We were ready. 212 more words

Grateful for This Blog

This blog has been an amazing place for me. It has been somewhere I can go to understand myself and help others understand me. It has been a refuge when I didn’t know where else to turn in lonely or desperate times. 157 more words


Day 328 - 3 miles (1649.52 total) #aspergers #autism #rwrunstreak

We had some friends visiting from out of town today.  Wesley’s Godparents live in Chicago, but are in town visiting.  They came over along with some other mutual friends so we could host a little get together at our house.   303 more words

How I Failed at Feeding my Children

About 2 and a half years ago, I wrote this post about giving up on the feeding therapy program I’d tried to institute. Not much has changed since I surrendered to convenience foods and making three different recipes at every meal…until now, that is. 1,522 more words


How Conflicts of Interest Affect Research Quoted in the Media

By Dr. Mercola

Most of us appreciate science in helping us understand the truth about health and disease. Unfortunately, much of the science we rely on today is colored and confounded by massive conflicts of interest.

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Global Health Issues

Human Development:      Early Childhood Cognitive Development

In this post, I analyze the cognitive development theories of Piaget and Vygotsky with a focus on areas of development including play, mental growth, and early childhood education. 1,890 more words

Child Development And Well-Being