Living with Mitochondrial disease is like your car running out of gas every day. You constantly have to refill the tank in order for it to drive. Mito drains my … Continue reading
For almost a decade I was consumed with numbers. With every waking minute, numbers interrupted my every thought. “I need to (3.8) take out the trash” “My shift (100) starts … Continue reading
Today’s guest blog is from Maria O’Neil. Let’s listen respectfully as she discusses her personal beliefs on autism, treatment, and options available to our families. If you have any questions, … Continue reading
A garden is a striking similarity of the variation on a theme that is autism. Every spring, like clockwork, my crocuses are the first to greet me. The same beautiful … Continue reading
Listen up folks: it’s not often we get a blog from a dad. Heck. It’s not often we see dads too actively involved, period, just due to deployment schedules, geo … Continue reading
So you fell in love with a service member, love true love. The falling in love is the easy part.Its the navigating through the lifestyle that gets tricky. With the … Continue reading
An Honest Discussion About Re-Integration.