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Grieving a Friendship

Grief sucks, and 2019 was filled with a LOT of it for me. Within eight weeks, I lost two grandmas, one great-aunt, and my beloved fur-baby, Stanley. It was frickin’ rough. Saying goodbye to these people (yes, my dog was like a human baby to me 🤷🏼‍♀️) was difficult. I couldn’t figure out how and […]

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Local Sensory-Friendly Outings

Both of my boys have behavioral challenges that can either be helped or hindered by different sensory experiences. For example, my 7 year old cannot get enough proprioceptive (joint and muscle) movement and vestibular (back/forth and up/down) movement. He also does well around a lot of people and noise. In fact, the kiddo even needs […]

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When The Covers Feel Too Heavy

So, I’m not talking about the struggles in getting out of bed associated with depression, though I know that struggle. It’s hard, really really hard. If that’s where you’re at, I gently encourage you to be honest with those around you to gain support and perhaps seek out a professional, if needed. I’m referring to […]

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