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Apr21
Mother/Daughter Communication By Any Other Name

Mother/Daughter Communication By Any Other Name

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Talking with my teen daughter can be fraught, so I’m taking the back door on communication whenever I can. Every little bit is a win.

Apr15
When “Sick” Isn’t Straightforward

When “Sick” Isn’t Straightforward

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I’m busy teaching my special-needs teens the things they’ll need to know when they’re off at college, but how do I teach them to recognize when they’re sick?

Apr14
Finding Your Voice

Finding Your Voice

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Kristen lost her voice this week. Literally. And she’s wondering if there’s a deeper meaning beyond the cold-induced hoarseness or if it’s just a cold.

Apr10
Are Your Kids Being Treated Like an Invisible Patient?

Are Your Kids Being Treated Like an Invisible Patient?

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Sometimes you need to be your child’s advocate when you’re dealing with a doctor or dentist that is not giving them the respect and kindness children deserve when receiving medical care.

Apr07
The Dance Of Disclosure

The Dance Of Disclosure

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To disclose or not to disclose: that’s the question when you’re dealing with special needs and increasing independence. My teens are figuring it out.

Apr06
Toddler Attachments: What’s Normal?

Toddler Attachments: What’s Normal?

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A mom’s young toddler doesn’t miss her after being separated all weekend and is easily going to strangers. Is this a phase? Is this normal toddler behavior? Is there anything to be concerned about?

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