Men are our opposites. There's no other way around it. And while we know more about them scientifically than ever before, we can still be left feeling pretty confused when dealing with them. This is probably truer right after a break up than at any other point in our relationship with them. You're not together anymore, maybe he's even the one who ended it, but every time you … [Read more...] about If a Guy Is Jealous, Does That Mean He Still Has Feelings for Me?
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This post is a paid partnership with Nintendo but all opinions are my own. There comes a time in every parent's life where they have to admit that their kids are more technically advanced than they are. I have reached that point and hate to admit it, I won't lie. My kids are much more informed on the latest and coolest devices out there! They know what their friends are … [Read more...] about Nintendo Still Has The Coolest Gaming Systems Around
“Autistic” verses “Has Autism” Here’s an interesting take on the discussion is it “autistic” or “has autism?” What’s the take? Which way is better, saying “autistic” or “has autism?” Are both of them okay? Or neither? The linked article discusses the Identity First term (autistic) vs. the Person First term (with autism). The article points out that most people … [Read more...] about “Autistic” verses “Has Autism”
By Seana Roubinek and Patricia Walters-Fischer My best friend, Seana, got sideswiped last month. After years of anticipating she’d get breast cancer (she’s got a very strong family history and the BRAC1 mutation), she received an unexpected diagnosis of stage 3 ovarian cancer. Basically, this sucks. Because we’ve been life long friends, we can say pretty much … [Read more...] about My Best Friend Has Cancer – What To Say… And What Not To Say
The Autism Community Has Two Success Stories Here are two names you may want to memorize… Kalin Bennett and Tarik El-Abour. Who is Kalin Bennett? He’s an eighteen-year-old with autism from Little Rock, Arkansas who just signed a Division One Letter of Intent to play basketball at Kent State University. Kalin didn’t walk until he was four and didn’t talk … [Read more...] about The Autism Community Has Two Success Stories