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Jennifer Kolari speaks at the SQUAG workshop for Autism on Monday March 7th.

Monday, February 28th, 2011 | 0 Comments
Monday, March 7th, Jennifer will be the guest speaker at the SQUAG workshop for parents and caregivers of children with Autism.  The workshop will be held at the Miles Nadel JCC, 750 Spadina Avenue, Toronto.  Room 218 .  The cost is $10 at read more »

Dr. Carolyn Anderson endorses The Connected Parenting book.

Friday, February 25th, 2011 | 0 Comments
Dr Carolyn Anderson endorses Mirroring and the Connected Parenting Book. October 5th, 2010 she posted an article on her blog titled “Resolving Parenting and Workplace Conflicts with Mirroring”. To read the article, go to http://carolynandersonmd.com/blog/resolving-parenting-and-workplace-conflicts-with-mirroring read more »

The Connected Parenting book review by ChinaBerry.

Thursday, February 24th, 2011 | 0 Comments
February 20th ChinaBerry  reviews  the Connected Parenting book. read more »


Friday, February 18th, 2011 | 0 Comments
  Roast me, Java Father, for I have sinned.  It has been seven days since my last cup of coffee . . . I feel like a traitor. I am calm, clear-headed and guilt-ridden. What’s more, I think I have become someone I never expected read more »

Frightening With a Chance of Fun

Monday, February 7th, 2011 | 0 Comments
  “You promised, Mom”, said Harrison, tugging on my bathing suit as we ascended the tower towards the Mexican sky. I nodded solemnly and continued to climb. I had given my word to my son, an oath which took me so far out of read more »

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