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Oct20
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Micromanagement is my middle name, but as my kids approach adulthood I’m actively scaling back so they can shine in spite of me.

Oct13
Dear Teacher: My Disabled Child Is Not Lazy

Dear Teacher: My Disabled Child Is Not Lazy

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Having an invisible disability is hard; having an invisible disability as a high school student and being scoffed at by a teacher is worse. Don’t be that teacher.

Sep30
The Opposite of FOMO

The Opposite of FOMO

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Figuring out how to balance my teens’ natural aversion to leaving their comfort zones and honoring their awareness of themselves is tricky business.

Sep19
Why Are Girls With Autism Different?

Why Are Girls With Autism Different?

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It’s often said that girls on the autism spectrum “present differently,” but what exactly does that mean? Today we’re looking at both generalities and a few hallmark specifics of how autistic girls are unlike their male counterparts.

Jun11
Taking The Power Struggle Out Of Homework Struggles

Taking The Power Struggle Out Of Homework Struggles

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Power struggles with your teen may feel inevitable, but when you add homework issues to the mix, is there any hope for peace and productivity? I say yes.

May28
Transitioning To Middle School With ADHD

Transitioning To Middle School With ADHD

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Transitioning to middle school is a scary time for any kid, but when it’s an ADHD child, how should you best proceed? I’ve been there. Don’t panic!

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