In my 20s, I took part in an exercise where I had to identify my “grandiose dream.” And four decades later, it seems to be coming true. It took belief, boldness, focus and maybe some magic! My dream was to be “a good communicator of […]
All posts tagged: Autism
Managing A Late-Life Autism Diagnosis
I feel as though I’ve been putting a jigsaw puzzle together all my life, and I just looked under the table and found a pile of missing pieces, and I can put them into the puzzle and finally see what the picture is. An autism […]
In The 80s, We Walked On Fire
In the 80s, I was young and impressionable, living in a spiritual community, cooking for visiting luminaries like Buckminster Fuller, Peter and Eileen Caddy, Barbara Marx Hubbard and Elizabeth Kubler-Ross. And my astrology back then said I ate idealism for breakfast. One day, my teacher […]
What’s Up With Today’s Super Sensitive Kids?
Our daughter-in-law took our grandson to a sensory-friendly theater, where children who are susceptible to sensory input or who find it difficult to sit still for long periods can enjoy a movie in a safe, comfortable environment. The level of the lights and sound are adjusted, […]