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06 May 2012 ~ 8 Comments

The Divining Dragonfly: My Journey with Autism (Part 3), by Cindy Caprio

You can read Part 2 of this article here I began and completed part 3 of my five-part column in April, Autism Awareness month. This is about my son and our ups and downs with him having autism. My boy turned three in February. It was during this time he was making the transition from […]






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11 February 2012 ~ 3 Comments

The Divining Dragonfly: My Journey with Autism (Part 2), by Cindy Caprio

You can read Part 1 of this article here Age 2 One day I was so upset with my son not having any words, it brought tears to my eyes. He was in the kitchen pointing and grunting at the cabinets. I lifted him onto my hip as I typically did to figure out what […]






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19 January 2012 ~ 18 Comments

The Divining Dragonfly: My Journey With Autism (Part 1), by Cindy Caprio

Sarah: Back in December, I announced that we are welcoming aboard a new guest columnist. This is her first column … a moving account of her personal experience with autism. I know that this is something with which several of you can identify and I’m very happy that Cindy has chosen to write about this […]






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05 January 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Sassy Style Talk With AJ: The Power of the Mind to Heal the Body, by Anita Roberts

“I’m hopelessly addicted to placebos.” Stephen Wright Placebos.  The sugar pill.  Woo woo medicine.  Doctors insult our intelligence about knowing when we’re sick and in pain by fobbing off this kind of thing on us, don’t they? Well, wait a minute.  Maybe not.  Not always.  Hear me out on this one because I have some […]






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12 December 2011 ~ 5 Comments

Sassy Style Talk With AJ: Have a Rosy, Dewy Christmas, by Anita Roberts

Oh, the weather outside is frightful …  and my skin is far from delightful! Winter wonderland, my eye!  We have arrived back to the season of cold, wet and snow and ice for many of you.  And, that thing I dread the most: forced heat.  I shudder when I think of that dry, desiccated air […]






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