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Jun04
Letter To My Son On His High School Graduation Day

Letter To My Son On His High School Graduation Day

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Tomorrow afternoon you are going stand in an auditorium with a thousand other kids your age. People will speak. Some parents will dab tears. Others will be elbowing their way to a prime position in order to take a photo with their zoom lens. I don’t need to tell you which group I will be in.

May31
Dear Cal: Advice To My Teenage Daughter (Part 2)

Dear Cal: Advice To My Teenage Daughter (Part 2)

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A couple of life lessons I have (not) learned and want to pass on to my 13-year-old daughter, Cal, before she enters high school about basic life preparedness.

May28
When A Cell Phone Is Something More

When A Cell Phone Is Something More

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My neurotypical teenager has had a cellphone for years; deciding to get a cellphone for my autistic teenager was a very different proposition.

May28
Going Full Satter: Taking Back Control of Dinnertime

Going Full Satter: Taking Back Control of Dinnertime

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A mom needs a realistic tactical plan for implementing Ellyn Satter’s feeding philosophy to family dinners.

May23
Year-End Gifts Your Children’s Teachers Really Want

Year-End Gifts Your Children’s Teachers Really Want

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I have begun shopping for teachers’ gifts. What sort of gifts do you give the people to whom you entrusted your children for the entire year? I find it difficult to find gifts that truly show how much I really appreciate all that they have done for my child.

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