Thank you for your concern – totally misplaced, but thanks

When my child is having a severe panic attack in public. Crying, pulling her hair, stomping, growling and generally completely freaking out and I've been trying to diffuse it for twenty minutes and I look exasperated and completely broken with tears in my eyes IT IS NOT THE TIME TO GIVE ME SUGGESTIONS. At the... Continue Reading →

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Feeling crazy – dealing with anxiety and sensory processing – from a mum’s perspective

Mie is making some amazing progress at the moment, but at the same time she’s regressing incredibly. Food is such an issue at the moment. She really struggles to believe that something is hers. I’ll put food down in front of her, she’ll look at me and ask if it’s for her. I’ll say it’s... Continue Reading →

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