Book Review: I’m not Weird, I have SPD

Thank you to Loving healing press for allowing me the opportunity to review this book. This particular book interests me because my youngest daughter has a touch of this sensory issue. SPD stands for Sensory Processing Disorder. Thankfully this disorder for my daughter was not severe enough to affect her on all levels but not everyone is that lucky.  

Image of the book I'm Not Weird, I have SPD by Chynna Laird

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Re-post off a Friends Blog ~ Post #100: A Look Back

I had a good friend of mine ask me to re-publish this post on my blog. I was honored and immediately said Yes I will.  I think you all will enjoy a look at his blog.  You will find the comments great too! ♥ 


Post #100: A Look Back Via Jason’s Spina Bifida Journey  

Who would have ever thought I would hang around long enough as a blogger to see the day when I’d have 100 posts? Certainly not this guy, who’s had to scratch, claw and fight for everything I’ve earned and been given. I am so blessed to be here and so honored to be able to share my story with you, so from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for the opportunity to share a little bit of my life, my journey and my story with you. As I was thinking about what to write for my 100th post, I got to thinking about several bloggers I follow who have hit “post milestones” and decided I would re-post something I wrote a couple of months ago. For those of you who found a seat on the bus when I made my first stop, I’d like to invite you to stick around for a little while longer because the journey’s going to get a lot more interesting and a LOT more fun!!! For those of you I picked up recently, maybe you’re asking yourself if you’re making a good decision by climbing aboard. Just relax, read about my journey so far, and hey, why not answer the poll question and ask me anything you want? I want to make the ride as comfy, cozy as I can for you. By the way, don’t worry, I won’t bite ;-)

Whenever I am out in public, it seems like at least one person comes up to me and asks me why I am in a wheelchair. I try to explain my disability to them the best way I can, but still know there are so many questions that go unasked, and more often than not, unanswered.

I want to hear your questions about spina bifida. Do you understand the disability? What could I help you understand better? I want everyone to understand my disability the best they can, so I am giving everyone reading this the opportunity to ask me ANYTHING about spina bifida and its impact on my life. Do not be scared to ask me questions. I have nothing to hide, and anything is fair game. I’m perfectly okay answering personal questions… in fact I truly welcome personal questions. It may help me understand my disability better so I am better able to explain it to others in the future.

What do you want to know?

Please go to his blog and leave your comments or leave them here and I will send them to him..  Jason’s Spina Bifida Journey