Hey There!Welcome to Nut House Central: An intimate inside look at my crazy life. Where squirrels and nuts are always the order of the day. -Kammie S "Mamma Squirrel"
I have family that suffer with this. So hard not to be able to make it better.
Researchers discovered a neural signature that identified fibromyalgia with 93% accuracy, according to a 72-patient” study
“These results build off of other important previous work and have to be replicated using other samples of fibromyalgia patients. They represent a natural step in the evolution of our understanding of fibromyalgia as a disorder with an important brain component.”
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.painmedicinenews.com
Oh joy. It’s February. Valentine’s Day. I am behind on my cool mom stuff I always try to do. I don’t have my décor up. I am sure being sick the past 3 weeks may have something to do with it. But I have the mom guilt. If you are a mom, then you know what I mean. Mom guilt makes no sense. But we have it.
Let’s make it simple. Stop telling your children to treat others better than you are choosing to treat them. Stop telling them to follow the Golden Rule when you yourself show the opposite. Guidance and redirection doesn’t have to be put downs and intentionally hurtful.
Interrupting at inappropriate moments is definitely a huge struggle with my son. Somewhere in his head he knows he shouldn’t, but he just has that impulsiveness and can’t control it.
#ADHD young people with #ExecutiveFunction deficits: 8 ways to help them via @ADDitudeMag
How to Steer Your Teen Without Hovering or Nagging
Sounds like the thoughts and frustrations of a child with ADHD and add as well. Throw in some extra anxiety. Have you met my son? Hang in there. It’s not easy, and sharing your struggles is a blessing for those of us who are learning.
How dare you say I’m taking the easy route
When you have no idea what I’m going through
You tell me I’m not trying
But this is all I’ve got
Sometimes just doing normal things
Takes up all my energy
There are days when normal life experiences
Make me physically ill
Work a little harder you say
I keep pushing
Pushing myself to exhaustion
Just trying to keep up
You’re not stupid – you say
Trying to pay me a compliment
Look it’s not that hard
This is all you do
But for me it is difficult
You make these things look easy
and can’t understand why I can’t
So you say I’m taking the easy way
Because life’s so hard I will take a break
Where I can get one
Always looking for the easy way out
Poems about Autism & Invisible Illness. These are the one sided conversations in my…
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