A diagnosis

By Shelley Heaphy

In this crazy ride called parenting, we often come face to face with differences in our children that we may not have seen in other children. It can be in the way they write, play, the way they talk, move, and really so many other things. Often they are just doing things their own way. We stay awake at night wondering if this or that will affect them as they develop or will it affect them making friends, growing old or in a career. The thoughts that go through our heads are countless and endless.


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