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Will Your Family Choose Overwhelm This Holiday Season?

We get to decide what brings us joy as a neurodiverse family.

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Lessons From Lockdown

For some families of kids with disabilities, last year’s holiday season was actually the best. There wasn’t the usual pressure to do everything, be everywhere, or socialize with everyone. This year, many…

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Kate Lynch

Kate Lynch

Mindfulness & yoga for parents of intense neurodivergent kids. Upcoming book: Mindfully Parenting Atypical Kids. Subscribe to connect! healthyhappyyoga.com

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