Tag Archives: thinking Moms Revolution

How to Cause a Peanut Allergy Epidemic in 4 Easy Steps

(This originally ran February 27, 2014.  As the second edition of Heather Fraser’s book is now out, it seemed a great time to revisit this blog in the hopes that we can reach even more people. — Editor) At some … Continue reading

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AutismOne 2013 – A Newbie’s Perspective

This originally ran on May 29th, 2013.  For many of us, AutismOne 2013 was the only time we got to meet B.K. in person. We’re missing her a lot this year at AutismOne and thought we’d rerun her perspective on … Continue reading

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Give Autism a Chance Summit 2015

When we talk about our concerns for the future of our children, most often we are referring to financial security (theirs or our nation’s) and their ability to live independently and happily. What we tend to ignore, out of ignorance or fear, … Continue reading

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Social Media: The Real Community

We’re sure you’ve heard by now that there’s a new movement underfoot in this information revolution.  Facebook refuses to share certain posts and Google has started ordering website hits based on its own idea of truthfulness, but social media users … Continue reading

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Medical Marijuana for Autism eConference: January 22, 2015

Medical Marijuana for Children with Autism Date: January 22, 2015/ Time: 11am-5pm EST/ Registration Fee $40 REGISTER HERE:  Conference registration The Medical Marijuana eConference will broadcast LIVE Thursday, January 22nd from 11am – 5pm EST and will be available by recording … Continue reading

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Independence and Autism: Viva la Revolution!

(This blog originally ran on July 4, 2012 — Independence Day) “Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people . . . . This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and … Continue reading

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Vaccines: Unavoidably Unsafe

So in my other life (non-autism life) I work in the world of oil spills. I don’t get to do anything glamorous like scrub oil off of swans, or pull up alongside oil tankers in my speed boat shouting through … Continue reading

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Watch the Video: Our Children’s Eyes

I have always been fascinated by our children’s eyes, by their expressions which often speak as loud as their silence and their sufferings. Before my son could communicate, the feeling that I couldn’t understand his *needs* and his *wants* kept haunting … Continue reading

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Wishy-Washy on Vaccines? Thank You!

To many people, I hold extreme views on vaccines. Unlike many who question the safety of the current vaccine program, I cannot say that I am aggressively, or even mildly, pro-vaccine. I have pored through what seems like mountains of … Continue reading

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Watch the New Blockbuster Film “BOUGHT” and Help TMR Help Special-Needs Families

If you haven’t yet seen BOUGHT, you still have an opportunity.  It will be available until midnight on Friday, November 21st!  DON’T MISS OUT! And get everyone you know to watch it too.  This is a great opportunity to get the word out … Continue reading

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