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I have Hashimoto’s

This post is the first in an ongoing series; view more recent related posts. I had intended to write a post for Thyroid Awareness month (which was in January).  I thought it would be important to share my experience, with the hope that others would get the help they needed way sooner that I did.  But, […]

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Wheat Belly

I finished the book Wheat Belly by Dr. William Davis earlier this week, and I recommend it!  But before I summarize what the parts I found the most compelling, let me give you a little background about how I found myself reading in the first place … We introduced oat cereal to our oldest son shortly after […]

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Forget Normal

Forget “normal.” Recognize that when it comes to human diversity — including the diversity of minds — “normal” is a highly subjective, culturally-constructed fiction. Recognize that there is no “normal” mind, and that conformity to the local conception of “normal” is in no way synonymous with health, well-being, or personal fulfillment – and is, in fact, […]

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Neurotypical

It’s the last day of Autism Awareness Month, and I’ve been ruminating for at least thirty days about what I should write.  At this point, so much has been written already.  I feel like what I can most contribute is my own experience in helping my son learn to manage his differences in a world […]

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Brand recognition

This past weekend we went to a party to celebrate the First Communion of my niece.  It was a big, fun party with family and lots of family friends, and it was especially fun for me and my partner because we got to play pass-the-baby with our littlest one (Wynn), which gave us one toddler […]

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