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Comparing Autism to Horse Training

For the past 13 years, I've been raising a son on the autism spectrum.  He is very high functioning but he has had any number of behavior challenges over the years that I've had to learn to manage.  A few months ago, a remarkable horse named Scout, came galloping into my life.  (If you want

#YJCMTSU, #1,003–The Guilt of a Mom, the Self-Doubt of a Son

As parents, we all have moments we'd like to take back, to retract from time.  But sometimes, they are just not as traumatic on our children as we think they are.  Our own guilt makes it seem much worse than it is.  In this edition of #YouJustCan'tMakeThisShitUp, we will dig a little deeper into 1)

Are Special Needs Kids Psychic?

Are empathic children and psychic children also special needs?  Or is it the other way around? How are the two groups related, if at all? I work with a lot of children that are considered to have a special need due to a diagnosis of some sort.  (See my Special Needs Sessions )I also work

Is Your Child a “Space Invader?” Maybe it’s Their Aura

Many children who are considered to be on the autism spectrum as well as other "sensitive" children, have difficulty with recognizing personal space. My own son won't hesitate to get right up next to someone, in their face, or even lean into them if he is real comfortable with them (not including immediate family.) After