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Tag Archives: self-talk
I like Ted Talks… and I like Karla’s ASD Page on Facebook. When Karla was asking for perspectives on this Ted Talk by Mark Robert Waldman, well – that was a double whammy and much too much to resist! I … Continue reading
Today is just one of those days… I’m working hard on slowing it down… letting go of my agenda… responding to what my kid is REALLY saying… and remembering to breathe deeply… because this child does not deserve to be … Continue reading
I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it. ~Pablo Picasso Today I did something amazing… But first, I do need to confess that I am deathly afraid of … Continue reading
Aaaack!! I seem to have too much to do! Working hard is the game plan… fueled by caffeine and enthusiasm! When enthusiasm fails – I have dedication, commitment, and a sense of purpose as fall back resources to keep me … Continue reading
My child experiences anxiety. Unfortunately, anxiety is often one of the tag-along companions on the journey of a child with autism, along with attentional issues (ADHD), sensory issues, tic disorders, and speech and language challenges, to name a few. Today … Continue reading