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Jul02
It’s Never Too Late To Be A Good Sport

It’s Never Too Late To Be A Good Sport

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When your teen (who is on the autism spectrum) is still a poor sport, game time can be tricky. Sometimes there’s a pleasant surprise in store, though.

Jun24
On Special Needs & Siblings

On Special Needs & Siblings

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I have a special-needs child and a typically-developing toddler. Do I dare risk playing the genetic lottery again?

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.

May14
Lessons From An Accidental Homeschooler

Lessons From An Accidental Homeschooler

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I never thought I’d homeschool my kid, but somehow this is where we ended up. Spoiler: We both kind of love it.

Apr30
Difficult Parenting Situations Turned… Cooperative?

Difficult Parenting Situations Turned… Cooperative?

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Can a “cooperative kid” be made of a troubled teen? With a lot of parental changes (and tongue-biting), signs point to yes.

Feb13
Alpha Mom Parenting Book Club: Far From the Tree

Alpha Mom Parenting Book Club: Far From the Tree

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You know the old adage, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree? Well, sometimes it does. Andrew Solomon explores in his new book what happens in families when the apple doesn’t just fall from the tree, it rolls far, far away.

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