In the post titled “Behaviors are Communication“, I talked about how important behaviors are. I talked about how I didn’t listen to my client’s words, I listened to his behavior. All behaviors tell us something, even if we don’t know what it is. At Brain Fit, we have lots (well pretty much all) clients that come here with what many may call “unexplained” behaviors. It … Continue reading “Unexplained” Behaviors
Some of you may have wondered (somewhere along the way) why I named my blog “Being Me- Amy B.”. You see, when I started this blog in May of last year, there were two Amys working at Brain Fit- hence the “Amy B.”. But the “Being Me” part? Well, that came from the fact that at that point I was feeling more and more like … Continue reading Being Me- Amy B.
Humans are designed to have rhythm. Nature (in all its glory) is full of rhythm and patterns and beautiful chaos. So are our human bodies and brains. We are full of natural rhythm and patterns and beautiful chaos. Our brains build beautifully chaotic neural pathways that build our brain from the bottom up. Our brain builds with a timing and rhythm that is unique to each … Continue reading Rhythm
Typically, we’re talking about “Back to School” in August or September, and not March/April. But- there again, what (if anything) has been typical about the last year? I’m located in Massachusetts- so if you’re reading this and you live outside of the state, let me just fill you in. To make a long story short- in Massachusetts, schools will be bringing kids back to school- … Continue reading Back to School
Yesterday, I wrote a blog post that was difficult for me to write, but also very real and honest to where I am right now. I wrote about how I still don’t fully accept my son and his diagnosis. There- I said it again. It’s still hard to say but not as hard as yesterday. Want to know why it’s not as hard as yesterday? … Continue reading The Road Ahead