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In response to Gurdeep Pandher of the Yukon.
You are always an inspiration in finding joy!!
11:19 PM - Jan 14, 2024
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Nicole
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In response to Nevada Jones.
it’s complex: too much technology taking the place of real human connections. Too many Big-T and Little-t traumas. Developmentally inappropriate expectations. But i’m neurology and physiology focused and think the root of our problems lie there. We can’t ignore how many neurotoxins are in the world
10:17 PM - Dec 09, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Caryl D.
You’re preaching to the choir my friend.
06:57 PM - Dec 09, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to PS Annie.
It’s universal that no one wants to hear that exercise is the answer (to so much of what ails us!). But it’s always good to be reminded and maybe focus on how much better we’ll feel afterward. Best wishes!
08:42 PM - Nov 11, 2023
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In response to Kathleen F789.
Love it. Me too! I miss having an excuse having no babies around so sometimes I just do it because I need it. 😉
06:14 PM - Sep 25, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to G Anonymous.
I’m glad I’m not the only only who is delighted by finding a tiny spider living near my kitchen sink. ❤️
08:34 PM - Sep 24, 2023
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Nicole
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In response Lil to their Spout
Absolutely!
07:50 PM - Sep 21, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Carol Lovely.
Sensory systems definitely change with age. In general we lose sensitivity.
07:28 PM - Sep 21, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Ashanti- Na.
Yes. Nothing makes me more irritated than folks who think education isn’t political. Only one political party decimates school budgets, health care access, mental health programs, refuses to address gun violence etc etc. The list is long & we pay the price. Everything is political.
04:08 PM - Sep 09, 2023
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In response Bethany K to their Spout
That’s a great question. I think acknowledging that one has decreased awareness is step one. And then working to detect the smallest changes in internal state and validating what that means for you individually. Your definition of a feeling might be different than someone else’s- no less valid.
08:20 PM - Aug 31, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Angela Housley.
I really like it sliced and then dipped in something on the veggie tray- hummus, ranch, baba ganoush (my favorite use of eggplants!)
09:36 PM - Aug 17, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Angela Housley.
So much goodness. Love that kohlrabi!
08:55 PM - Aug 16, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Diana.
When I had kids in HS & felt that same terror I would use that rage and after I dropped them off, I would immediately call state and federal senators and reps to describe my feelings of terror and frustration as a parent. Made me feel better in a tiny way. But it’s a sad sad world.
07:24 PM - Aug 14, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to TarakaD.
What if you think of it as an invitation to let things go?
09:14 PM - Aug 08, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Darrell J. Pursiful.
I-O
09:11 PM - Aug 08, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Ground Control.
Absolutely. It all starts with the sensory profile of how responsive your nervous system is to sensory input.
07:43 PM - Aug 02, 2023
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Nicole
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In response Shawn Scott to their Spout
Hoping you get good medical care and healing. Thinking of you! ❤️
10:18 AM - Jul 28, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Professor Kyle.
There’s nothing like a porch. Enjoy!
08:33 AM - Jul 13, 2023
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Nicole
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In response Violet Tudor to their Spout
What you’re describing as attentional sounds like visual hyper reactivity. If you have trouble filtering out visual info then you look inattentive, really it’s too much attention to visual info making it hard for your brain to share attention with the auditory system.
09:23 PM - Jul 03, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to J W.
Beautiful. Thank you for your kind heart. Our girl was also a starving rescue.
10:10 PM - Jun 08, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Chicken Mama.
Yep for my first 15out of 24 years I had a second job but I always prioritized getting re-fueled for the next year. Tons of nature. And yoga and late nights under the stars.
08:20 AM - May 30, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Janarchy.
There are a multitude of very legitimate reasons for any teacher to chose to leave. But when I said “it’s the guns” she turned white as a ghost. It’s the thing teachers everywhere are not allowed to say. We don’t even talk about school shootings the next day. Not one damn peep. It’s toxic.
07:59 PM - May 01, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Cre8ve2.
Absolutely. Huge increase in contentious meetings. No fun at all.
06:24 PM - Apr 30, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Just Judith'n'ALF #VotedYes.
This is so fantastic. Thank you for sharing. What wonderful video documentation!
08:22 PM - Apr 29, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Claudia Citro.
Nice of you to say. Just trying to change the culture to more acceptance and accommodation. Makes a difference!
08:45 AM - Apr 28, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Linda in TN ACTIVE Resister.
Thank you for your protest and energy. Enough is enough.
10:56 PM - Apr 21, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Maureen Two.
Fascinating.
09:36 AM - Apr 21, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Abel.
I found drs are very reluctant to tell you it’s probably a food allergy that is triggering the inflammatory response. For my kids when it’s spring and all the pollen makes their seasonal allergies high, they have to avoid milk too or BAM! Eczema patches everywhere. Best wishes for you!
09:19 AM - Apr 21, 2023
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Nicole
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In response to Kathryn.
Me too! Fuck ‘em. I think more people need to do this. Michigan is gorgeous in the summer and that’s where I’m headed!
09:06 PM - Apr 06, 2023
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In response to Nicole.
Weighted blankets work for sensory sensitives too because they calm the overworked-overstimulated brain.
08:26 PM - Apr 01, 2023
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