I wrote a novel. It's called Chasing Hope. You can read a few reader comments about the book, here. You can find it on Amazon, here. Do you love a good book discount? I mean, if you've see my overwhelming number of books, you'd know that I do. When movers move me, they make comments … Continue reading Book Discount
I'm getting there - these improbable beautiful, dangerous things are resurfacing. It looks like it'll take a bit - with a global pandemic and all. But I can let myself hope again about what lies ahead.
I've missed a couple of "Wellness Wednesday" opportunities so I wanted to share a few more strategies or positive coping skills for kids - that may be useful to you as a parent - particularly if you have a child who may be struggling behaviorally or emotionally. I shared about dietary changes & kids, here. … Continue reading Positive Coping Skills for Kids
If you have a child that struggles with ADHD or other complex diagnoses - particularly if they experienced trauma at any point, it can feel very lonely. Not only is it isolating because people do not understand and lack compassion, but the medical profession sometimes seems to work at cross purposes. I sometimes wonder if … Continue reading Tips for Eliminating Foods That May Worsen Behavioral Issues in Kids
October 2015, a little guy hung around at work, for a week or so. On Wednesday of that week, he "helped" me work. He sat on my lap, we hung out with friends, and then he played with my calculator & drew with my pens. He feel asleep there at my desk, in my arms, … Continue reading Foster Care Adventures – Part Two