We don’t do Santa (but it’s not because I’m a Scrooge!)

By Brett Baker, Core Writer I remember standing in the bathroom of my childhood home, seething and feeling the injustice coursing throughout my whole seven-year-old body; my mom had just admitted that Santa wasn’t real. How could this be? We aren’t supposed to lie! Was God real? Was I REAL?! (My tendency to spiral started … [Read more…]

How Food Therapy Saved our Thanksgiving

By Lauren Lund, Core Writer Who doesn’t want to eat a giant, homemade, delicious Thanksgiving dinner? Well, it turns out there is a very real answer to that question. Anyone who struggles with sensory processing disorder (SPD) might find regular meals, let alone big, noisy, family holiday meals, overwhelming and hard to swallow. One of … [Read more…]