As a child, I wasn’t a fan of team sports, so gym class was not my favorite. But I loved when we did obstacle courses. When we come across obstacles, there are many things we can do. We can give up, turning around and returning to our starting position. We can stop right in front... Continue Reading →

I love learning, trying to understand society, smaller groups, individuals, and things. It’s something I’ve loved my whole life and continue to do daily. There’s so much I don’t know, so much I can learn through books by people who have lived before me, through conversations with people who live now, and through observation of... Continue Reading →

In honor of Mental Illness Awareness week, I interviewed my 9-year-old daughter about her experience with a transient tic disorder, which is fairly common in elementary school age children. See my questions and her answers below. If you’d like to know more, about tics check out this CDC website. Q: What is a tic? A:... Continue Reading →

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