Why You Lash Out — Sometimes for No Good Reason
Do you slam doors? Throw heavy objects? Give in to road rage? If you overreact or get defensive very easily, these anger-management tips can help. Read more HERE > >
Now That I’m Organized, I Realize I’m Happier in Chaos
I’m not sorry that my house is clean. I just need time to adjust to a life where chaos isn’t conducting the orchestra. Read more HERE > >
Echolalia Autism: Why Does My Child Repeat Me?
Many children on the autism spectrum use echolalia (repeating other people’s words and sentences) as a way of responding to direction, as well as expressing their wants and needs. Read more HERE > >
Making a Sensory Gym for Your Child With Autism
A sensory gym is a room that is completely dedicated to sensory play. Sensory gyms normally include equipment that is designed to provide vestibular and proprioceptive input. Read more HERE > >
Why ADHD in Women is Routinely Dismissed, Misdiagnosed, and Treated Inadequately
ADHD is not a male disorder, but men and boys are diagnosed far more commonly than women and girls. Why?
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How to give praise that builds your child’s self-esteem
You know it’s important to praise kids. But it’s even more meaningful for kids to learn to appreciate their own efforts. Self-esteem comes from working hard toward a goal and feeling good about it. Read more HERE > >