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Are you always in fight or flight like me? 2e autism parenting

When my son was younger, I took him to a special therapist to deal with his Retained Infantile Reflexes.

Basically, babies have reflexes that they typically grow out of by the age of 1.  But for some reason, some people don't completely get rid of some of the reflexes.

Recently, it was...

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Homeschooling: Swift Playgrounds Coding Program is Out! homeschooling parenting

I've already been slacking off on doing these posts daily.  I really want to do them daily, but life has gotten in the way.  It's possible they will evolve to weekly inspiration.  But, for now, I'll keep trying to do them daily, or at least every couple of days! The most exciting...

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My Recommendations for Conscious Parenting, Coconut Milk and Colloidal Silver parenting real food

Today is day 2 of my daily Inspirations.  I hope you're enjoying them. One of the things I really enjoy is zoning out and researching how I can live a better life of make my son's life better. I listen to audio books, read websites, listen/talk in Facebook groups, and chat with friends about...

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My Recommendations for Parenting Books, Magnesium, and Sleep parenting

One of the things I really enjoy is zoning out and researching how I can live a better life of make my son's life better. I listen to audio books, read websites, listen/talk in Facebook groups, and chat with friends about how to help ourselves parent better, and be better versions of ourselves....

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FIVE Must-Have Parenting Books for Special Needs Moms autism books parenting

Over the years, I have read all sorts of books, as Zane was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder at age 4, giftedness at age 7 and Autism Spectrum Disorder at age 7.

I'm constantly on the lookout for knowledge and I'm never without a an audio book (or 5) loaded onto my iPhone and a couple...

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Recommendations: Your Body Stores Your Emotions parenting self-awareness

Your mind plays a big role in your disease and pain.  A bigger role than you realize. I have been exploring this in depth with my own health issues, and I have come to the conclusion that it is entirely true.  I admit, I was skeptical that my physical pains could have anything to do...

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