Just as each of us has something that sets us apart from everyone else (something that should be cherished and celebrated) we each have an innate need to belong, to be a part of the pack. And what does “the pack” usually do when it gets together?---eat, of course. When I was diagnosed, I was living a different life, so to speak: different home (with kids stilling living in it), different marriage, part of a neighborhood with a circle of friends. I remember really enjoying this time of my life, with kids not needing my constant supervision, me being able to enjoy time with grown-ups, at someone's house, a block party, or going out.
A Children's Book
Helping Others Understand
Our inspirational journey also includes the frightening reality that hospital food isn't always safe for those who need to be gluten free.
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