Every one of us has a complex relationship with food. From childhood, it’s used to comfort, control, reward and punish. For many of us, the fear of consequences connected to undesirable eating habits drives us to avoid, indulge (read: fail),
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Temper tantrums, quirky behaviors, the tendency to withdraw, perceived delays in development, an inability to sit still…the list of behaviors in young children that raise concern in parents seems endless. And not knowing what to do when it comes to
My 12-year-old son has been living with Type 1 diabetes for many years. Diabetes is a challenging disease to manage, and I have come to respect it as an adversary. We monitor him 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
I remember like it was yesterday, although it was over twenty years ago. I don’t think I’ll ever forget how I felt when I learned my uncle had killed himself. The sadness and despair on my father’s face is imprinted in