OMG, FOR REALS?! Blogger Recognition Award

Valerie Rice | May 8, 2021 I woke up to the coolest message the other day from Caz at Mental Health 360. She nominated me for the Blogger Recognition Award. So great big “thank you,” and virtual hug of excitement from me to you! Anyone who has yet to visit this blog, pop on over,Continue reading “OMG, FOR REALS?! Blogger Recognition Award”

Parenting Pride in the Pandemic

Valerie Rice | May 6, 2021 This is mental health awareness month as well as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) awareness month. Great, both my specialties! I have decided that this month I am going to be sharing personal experiences with both of these to help increase awareness, but more important, acceptance. So today, I want toContinue reading “Parenting Pride in the Pandemic”

Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World : Part 4

Valerie Rice | March 25, 2021 Welcome to the final instalment of this series, you made it! Thank you for your patience and dedication to learning about including all our brains into the kaleidoscope of functioning. I’m super excited that we got here together!  This is the last and possibly most difficult piece of theContinue reading “Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World : Part 4”

Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World : Part 3

Valerie Rice | March 24,2021 Welcome back! I am so excited that you are still here with me on this journey of neurodiversity. As a subject near and dear to my heart, I am pleased that so many people are interested in the colorful spectrum of the human mind. Today I figured I would goContinue reading “Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World : Part 3”

Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World: Part 2

Valerie Rice | March 23 , 2021 Alright, I am going to stop comparing brains to electronics, because I hope we all get the point. A neurodiverse brain has different wiring than what one considers typical. My last post was filled with quite a bit of information and not a lot of guidance. I do that,Continue reading “Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World: Part 2”

Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World: Part 1

Valerie Rice  | March 22,2021 Oh dear, I am using the giant words. For many parents, first time or veteran, the success of their children is a top priority. We want our offspring to grow up and be happy, productive members of society. Unfortunately, we are bombarded with so much information and unwanted advice thatContinue reading “Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World: Part 1”

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