Why Helping Your Child With Flexibility Is Important
Rigidity and challenges with being flexible comprise a major element of autism. Contradicting the emphasis on structure, Raun and Kristin discuss why helping our children improve their flexibility (which also addresses melt-downs, a symptom of flexibility issues) is so critically important. Your hosts also argue about padded push-up bras, create home-improving (and transforming) inventions, and celebrate our kids. Kristin dishes out essential living strategies, and Raun sounds off about the problems of voting for the right person in the age of cynical political parties.