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Let’s talk! It’s hard being a parent, and to top it off (Children on the spectrum) who are amazing by the way.. but let’s be real it sucks sometimes, our days are full of overwhelming emotions that seems to never end. So I’m sharing my perspective... right, wrong or Indifferent. Time to be honestly outrageous and speak our hard truth. Guess what??? it doesn’t define you for feeling like crap and saying things that are not politically correct. If you choose to be quiet.. well just listen to me for a laugh or tears... enjoy!

Latest Episodes

Judging others.

Have you ever judged a mother's parenting skills ?

12 MIN2 d ago
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Judging others.

Summer Structure with ABA Therapist Ms.Mel

Summer is here, time to relax and vaca! However, in the midst of uncertainties in regards to remote learning,what should parents do to keep our children on the right track? Guess Speaker Ms.Mel will give us some tools for the summer.

14 MIN1 w ago
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Summer Structure with ABA Therapist Ms.Mel

3 Things you learned about your children/yourself during remote learning with Guest Dennisa (Denny).

As the school year comes to an end, I think it's important to reflect on what we have learned about our children and ourselves during remote learning. One thing I've learned for sure is teachers are human too, we forget about their daily hardships, oftentimes we expect so much from them. Becoming a professional teacher/mommy has open my eyes to what teachers endure daily.

14 MIN2 w ago
Comments
3 Things you learned about your children/yourself during remote learning with Guest Dennisa (Denny).

We are neglecting our Parents that have children with IEPs.

Here’s why: 1-Children with behavioral issues have a difficult time focusing on a daily task, therefore parents need daily support. It's not mandated that teachers provide (live interactions) in NYC, except for therapy sessions. 2-1 in 10 adults and children experience Mental Health challenges serious enough to affect functioning in work, family, and school life. This Quarantine will affect parents trying to manage their own personal needs alone with the needs of their youngsters. 3-Environmental stress Small apartments (limited space), noisy neighbors (loud music), and uncertainties such as food, shelter, finance. Parents need support during this unpredictable time. Don't assume all is well because no one is complaining. Check-in!

20 MINMAY 4
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We are neglecting our Parents that have children with IEPs.

Remote Learning Part 2

Remote learning will continue until the end of the school year. Things you need to know: 1- Your children's emotional state is more important than any assignment. 2- Do what you can, he/she needs you to be mom 1st 3- frustration will happen, stop and start again or not 4- Don't forget to smile and hug the Lil one, you need it more 5- this time will pass.

12 MINAPR 13
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Remote Learning Part 2

Remote Learning

Remote learning is our new normal. Unfortunately, electronics may not be my primary choice, when it comes to learning. Striving to estimate healthy exposure on the iPad, can be very challenging. There are so many distractions, just a click away. Not to mention, therapy sessions via video chat. It's a lot for me, I'm sure it's a lot for the children. Kudos to our teachers! We really miss you!

10 MINMAR 30
Comments
Remote Learning

My son wanted to share a special message today, enjoy!

Whenever I record my podcast, my Lil one is always near. Listening and watching, occasionally interrupting. So when he asked if he could share, Instantly I was intrigued and handed him the device to record. I wasn't expecting what I heard. I'm going to share my proud mommy moment. Enjoy!

1 MINMAR 16
Comments
My son wanted to share a special message today, enjoy!

Tough love is necessary, sometimes.

Sometimes changing your tone or raising your voice, can be helpful with assisting your children with their attitude adjustment. Not all the time, but there's nothing wrong with a ”good old shake-up”. Trust me I know.. However, the energy to stand firm and steady is the hardest part.

9 MINMAR 9
Comments
Tough love is necessary, sometimes.

Autism Spectrum. Everyone is different. It's called a spectrum for that reason.

What works for one, doesn't work for all and that's ok! However, it's the non-professionals who are very vocal about ”Autism” and have no idea of what a roller coaster this ride truly is. Let's just say, I had a moment...

15 MINFEB 24
Comments
Autism Spectrum. Everyone is different. It's called a spectrum for that reason.

Changing the frequency of your old habits and mindset.

Change is inevitable in life. The question is? Will you change with it? Have you ever had an bad impression of someone and your thoughts we're accurate until you had a private heartfelt conversation and realized you're similar in many ways? Well.. Mindset is everything and how you perceive life will ultimately become true. So start by breaking negative thought patterns. Changes will happen.

8 MINFEB 9
Comments
Changing the frequency of your old habits and mindset.

Latest Episodes

Judging others.

Have you ever judged a mother's parenting skills ?

12 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Judging others.

Summer Structure with ABA Therapist Ms.Mel

Summer is here, time to relax and vaca! However, in the midst of uncertainties in regards to remote learning,what should parents do to keep our children on the right track? Guess Speaker Ms.Mel will give us some tools for the summer.

14 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Summer Structure with ABA Therapist Ms.Mel

3 Things you learned about your children/yourself during remote learning with Guest Dennisa (Denny).

As the school year comes to an end, I think it's important to reflect on what we have learned about our children and ourselves during remote learning. One thing I've learned for sure is teachers are human too, we forget about their daily hardships, oftentimes we expect so much from them. Becoming a professional teacher/mommy has open my eyes to what teachers endure daily.

14 MIN2 w ago
Comments
3 Things you learned about your children/yourself during remote learning with Guest Dennisa (Denny).

We are neglecting our Parents that have children with IEPs.

Here’s why: 1-Children with behavioral issues have a difficult time focusing on a daily task, therefore parents need daily support. It's not mandated that teachers provide (live interactions) in NYC, except for therapy sessions. 2-1 in 10 adults and children experience Mental Health challenges serious enough to affect functioning in work, family, and school life. This Quarantine will affect parents trying to manage their own personal needs alone with the needs of their youngsters. 3-Environmental stress Small apartments (limited space), noisy neighbors (loud music), and uncertainties such as food, shelter, finance. Parents need support during this unpredictable time. Don't assume all is well because no one is complaining. Check-in!

20 MINMAY 4
Comments
We are neglecting our Parents that have children with IEPs.

Remote Learning Part 2

Remote learning will continue until the end of the school year. Things you need to know: 1- Your children's emotional state is more important than any assignment. 2- Do what you can, he/she needs you to be mom 1st 3- frustration will happen, stop and start again or not 4- Don't forget to smile and hug the Lil one, you need it more 5- this time will pass.

12 MINAPR 13
Comments
Remote Learning Part 2

Remote Learning

Remote learning is our new normal. Unfortunately, electronics may not be my primary choice, when it comes to learning. Striving to estimate healthy exposure on the iPad, can be very challenging. There are so many distractions, just a click away. Not to mention, therapy sessions via video chat. It's a lot for me, I'm sure it's a lot for the children. Kudos to our teachers! We really miss you!

10 MINMAR 30
Comments
Remote Learning

My son wanted to share a special message today, enjoy!

Whenever I record my podcast, my Lil one is always near. Listening and watching, occasionally interrupting. So when he asked if he could share, Instantly I was intrigued and handed him the device to record. I wasn't expecting what I heard. I'm going to share my proud mommy moment. Enjoy!

1 MINMAR 16
Comments
My son wanted to share a special message today, enjoy!

Tough love is necessary, sometimes.

Sometimes changing your tone or raising your voice, can be helpful with assisting your children with their attitude adjustment. Not all the time, but there's nothing wrong with a ”good old shake-up”. Trust me I know.. However, the energy to stand firm and steady is the hardest part.

9 MINMAR 9
Comments
Tough love is necessary, sometimes.

Autism Spectrum. Everyone is different. It's called a spectrum for that reason.

What works for one, doesn't work for all and that's ok! However, it's the non-professionals who are very vocal about ”Autism” and have no idea of what a roller coaster this ride truly is. Let's just say, I had a moment...

15 MINFEB 24
Comments
Autism Spectrum. Everyone is different. It's called a spectrum for that reason.

Changing the frequency of your old habits and mindset.

Change is inevitable in life. The question is? Will you change with it? Have you ever had an bad impression of someone and your thoughts we're accurate until you had a private heartfelt conversation and realized you're similar in many ways? Well.. Mindset is everything and how you perceive life will ultimately become true. So start by breaking negative thought patterns. Changes will happen.

8 MINFEB 9
Comments
Changing the frequency of your old habits and mindset.

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