All My Life’s a Circle: Respect Across the Lifespan

Please read this – it’s truly brilliant.

Visible Child


“We are once an adult, and twice a child.”

I’ve been away.

As ever, I have a lot of blog posts in the works, halfway or quarter-way written, a few with just a title and a sentence or two reminding me what I was going to write about so I can come back to it when I have time and brainpower.   I mean to post at least once a week, more if I can, and I haven’t been doing too badly in that regard.  This time it has been a little bit longer.  Almost two weeks.  So much to write.  So much to say.  But tonight, instead of finishing one of the umpteen posts that I have started or that I have promised to readers, I am writing what needs to be written.

If you are a reader who follow my blog because I write about child development, you may…

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About armsakimbobook

I'm a mother, a lawyer, a feminist, a writer, a potter, and an inveterate and unapologetic New Yorker. My book, Arms Akimbo: A Journey of Healing, tells of my journey of healing over a number of years, learning to live a full life after I was molested by my father at a very young age. I live in Maynard, MA, with my wife and and our two moose-cats, Samson and Hercules. My daughter used to live with me part-time, but she's all grown up now and in her junior year of college, which I can't quite fathom, since she was born about five minutes ago...
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1 Response to All My Life’s a Circle: Respect Across the Lifespan

  1. visiblechild says:

    Thank you for sharing, Audrey!


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