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Yale Child Study Center Looking for Study Participants

Readers of this blog are aware of my struggles with choosing to put Max on medication for his ADHD. The process has been a long one, and while I’ve become comfortable with my decision to use medication to help him be able to concentrate (because the change in him and what he is learning is

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Are You Rich?

Everyday when I turn on my computer I’m inundated with articles related to the economy, to housing prices, to unemployment, to new investment strategies. The plethora of financial and economic information floating around the internet is exhausting. I recently came across an article focusing on how women need to fight to advance themselves in the workplace,

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Moving People With Your Words

I follow a lot of bloggers on Twitter who attended the Type-A Parent Conference last week. One of the attendees sent out this Tweet on Sunday: Ellen Gerstein (@elleinthecity): I wish all new bloggers could hear this keynote. Blogging isn’t about swag or popularity, it’s about moving people w/your words. #typeacon I totally agree with that

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Choosing Summer Camp for Children with Special Needs

I was chatting with a co-worker of mine last week about her plans for her soon to be first grader this summer. She was talking about the variety of camp options there are, but how expensive they are and how the part-day hours are not compatible with those of a working parent. I empathized with

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