Archive | July, 2011

Information gleaned from an Eating Strategies workshop for parents of ASD kids

I recently attended a workshop run by the Geneva Centre for Autism (www.autism.net) called “Eating Strategies”. The workshop is designed for parents of children who are on the autism spectrum and have difficulties eating a varied diet. Most of the parents in attendance had children who were younger than 7 but the behavioural therapists running the workshop […]

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Why you need to become part of The Momma Project

http://www.livingwithlogan.com/p/momma-project.html I’m going to ask you to do two things. The first one is to read this whole post until the end. I’ve made it as succinct as I possibly can (c’mon guys, this is tough, I’m verbose!!). Caryn Haluska is a friend of mine from Twitter where she’s known as @ihave7monsters. You can read about […]

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“Wombs of Doom” or “How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Poisoning My Children with SSRIs”

Some days the internet is bursting with awesome! Some days the internet sucks: For me, yesterday was one of the days I wished I could pee on the internet. The reason was because of the reaction to a couple of autism studies  just published in the Archives of General Psychiatry. One of those studies was an evaluation […]

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