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Sarah Dierflinger
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Sampling AOP's Monarch program
    We are half way through our 3rd year now.  Things are getting a bit better this time around.  Though we still have a ways to go.  In the past, it has been Porthos that I have struggled with finding the right curriculum for.  This year, Athos is falling ...

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Four Month Follow-up and Survival kits for Children with Anxiety
    In August I talked about labels and my sons.  It has been 4 months since those first appointments, and there has been some progress and change.  We aren't completely where we want to be, but we are further away from where we were.  At this point, any pr...

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Labels
Labels. ADHD.  On the Spectrum.  Autistic.  Asperger's.  Gifted and Talented.   Dyslexic. Anxiety disorder.  Psychological labels are not for my boys.  That is something that other people's kids get. Certainly not my sons.  Medication is handed out far too ...

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2016 Not-Back-to-School day
Today was the start of public school in my town.  On Facebook there were many posts with pictures of children and teens ready to head off to school after their requisite 3 months off.  Not wanting to feel left out, I had my boys line up in the living room s...

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Laugh when you should cry
Sometimes you laugh when it's not funny. Sometimes that's all you can do because if you don't, you can't help but be swallowed up by what is really going on.  Because what's really going on is so overwhelming at that moment, and if you don't laugj,you're li...

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Walking Water experiment and Pi
    Today has been the first really sunny day in over a week here.  We had lots of rain last week, which meant the boys were stuck indoors all week.  They finally got to go outside today and run around, climb the tree and ride their bikes.  Back inside thou...

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This was a fun experiment to do with the kids.

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Ah, the perspective of life from a teenage boy.  :)

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Great tips on dealing with stress and redirecting your thoughts.
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