Tag Archives: Giving up control

Moving on… and letting go: Summer Camp, University, and the Twitterscene

I have been using Twitter lately. If you follow my blog – you likely already know this. However, I feel like I have been sort of sucked into the twittering away of my time. The lure is so strong. I … Continue reading

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Let the tears come: dealing with grief and letting go

Today I am thinking about another Mom of a child with autism who is facing some very difficult challenges: gut-wrenching, soul-tearing, strength-testing, heart-breaking decisions that will likely make life better for her beautiful son, and her family, and herself. I … Continue reading

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More perspectives on fitting in – or not!?! Supermom doesn’t live here

Sometimes I don’t fit in because my world is different from others – and this perhaps is not a choice. In discussions with other parents I occasionally feel the pang of difference and sometimes even envy, in that my child … Continue reading

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The truth about the unexpected cereal fiasco

I tried a new cereal for breakfast today. It was really just a slightly different version of my regular cereal: Flax Plus – The Sequel (aka: TNG). At first I was worried it would be too sweet, and I had … Continue reading

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