Here is a very creative way to not only learn about emotions/coping skills/self regulation, but help identify how and when to use them. A fellow mama and FASD advocate, creator of Team Love - a group for connecting families living with FASD - made this resource after being told about a bus metaphor for emotions. … Continue reading Who is driving your bus?
I have signed up for this class because I want to become a better blogger. I am still a little unclear on how it works. My head is foggy because of a cold, and now my brain is foggy because I do not understand the directions! I didn't think our posts would be public to … Continue reading Blogging 101 – Day 1 – Introduce Yourself
The irony of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is that a child acts younger developmentally than they are physically. This can be awkward when you are out somewhere and your 15 year is acting like an eight year old and people are staring - because outwardly she "looks normal" but her brain isn't on the outside … Continue reading I am grateful that I am still loved this way.