Helping Moms Raise Kids With Special Needs
I’ve been blogging since 2002 with about raising girls with with disabilities. I'm on a mission to help moms like me thrive and live toxin-free! Read more!
Now it’s September, it’s time for back to school fitness – for you, Mom! For us, this year has been super challenging: discovering I had PTSD, a flood that led to mold discovery, another move, job loss, falling out with friends. In light of all the stressors, I laid back on my gym visits. As you might know, I am a big fan of SoldierFit,
Raising a child on the autism spectrum is no easy feat but after more than a decade in, I’ve learned a few things out in the world that has made me a better mother and with that, hopefully, given my daughter a better future. And as a huge fan of “The Mandolorian,” I couldn’t help but notice that there are some real truths to be
We live in an incredibly toxic world. It seems no matter what you do, you cannot avoid exposure to harmful chemicals, compounds, and nano-toxins in your food, water, and the very air you breathe. It’s everything you own too. Numerous studies link these agents to cancer, Alzheimer’s, learning disabilities, miscarriage and a host of other illnesses, conditions, and complications. (Note that this article contains my
Once upon a time, I wrote an “F-word series” and today I’m revisiting a word that you have to embrace if you want to be great: FORTITUDE According to Dictionary.com, fortitude is a noun meaning, “mental and emotional strength in facing difficulty, adversity, danger, or temptation courageously”. Wow. Hard. CORE. Lots of heavy-hitter terms there, did you notice? “emotional strength”, “adversity”, “courageously.” A difficult skill,
So I thought I would pop in quick for an update about our struggles treating our child who is on the autism spectrum. Since she hit puberty about 2.5 years ago, we’ve struggled with regressions and physical issues, on top of what we’d already been having problems with. Predominantly, she has been suffering with terrible gut health issues common in autism. To date, we had
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