I am an avid non vaxer. Many tend to think that parents who do no vaccinate their children are wildly neglectful and less than informed, basically ignorant. I would venture to say, without being argumentative or combative, that people who blindly drag their children kicking and screaming to be objected with poison that THEY DID […]Read more "AUTISM AND VACCINATIONS"
The MChat (Modified Checklist for detecting Autism in Toddlers)is a screening tool, a questionnaire if you will, used to determine whether or not a child is displaying symptoms of autism. I think that it is helpful to privately consider these factors before having to do so in the company of another person, albeit a professional. […]Read more "Autism Screening for Toddlers and Personally Assessing Your Child’s Condition"
Today was my sun’s initial evaluation for speech therapy. He is 4 and can theoretically be enrolled in preschool where his brother attends first grade. I am very squeamish about leaving my children anywhere. I literally feel sick thinking of what could happen when they aren’t with me. Occurrences I can’t reverse and undo. I […]Read more "Our First Experience with Speech Therapy"
I feel like very few people spell this out clearly With the overdoses and overdoings, someone needs to remind everyone KNOW YOUR LIMITS I have seen people be modest and languish in denial as they indulge in feeling good: “Oh, I don’t drink but…” “I don’t really smoke but…” “This is my first time _____ […]Read more "On Drinking, Smoking, Substancing, Responsibly…"
For nearly two decades I have lived as a naturopath. I have used herbs, nutrition and other metaphysical modalities to heal my family and I. Preventive medicine has been extremely important to me and I have lived holistically. I approach all symptoms and dis-ease from a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual perspective. Definitely the constant […]Read more "The Natural Mystic Working in Western Medicine"
My son is now 4 and for the past two years or so I have been wondering about Autism and the possibility that he may be on the spectrum. The main characteristic that caught my attention was his lack of appropriate response and eye contact. In being an empathetic mom, I sort of felt like […]Read more "5 THINGS I HAD TO DO AS A NATURAL MOTHER WITH AN AUTISTIC CHILD"
I just briefly wanted to put a reminder out there about segment intending. As described by Esther Abraham Hicks, it is the deliberate choosing of how portions of your life will go, what will occur, how it will make you feel. The great thing about segment intending is that it gives us the opportunity to […]Read more "MAGNIFICENTLY AWESOME: Manifesting the Moments you Prefer"