Monthly Archive: June, 2013

The Good News Is, It Gets Better. The Even Better News Is ….


I have a dear friend –I’ll call her Gina (not her real name) – whom I would always think of when my own kids were going through their stuff. Gina has two sons.… Continue reading

It Takes One to No One


I have learning issues and trying to find my way around wordpress is a complete nightmare.  I have anxiety just trying to copy and paste.  The truth is,  I am a lousy typist.… Continue reading

“You’re Just Not Trying Hard Enough!”


I don’t speak Russian. Or Hindi. Or Korean. Or any other language with a different alphabet. And I certainly can’t read them. I can’t even try to sound them out phonetically, regardless of… Continue reading

Accept the Journey


The two of us had completely different reactions when we were first told that our kid(s) had issues. Martha: “What are you talking about?! F*ck you! There’s something wrong with you, not with my… Continue reading

Whose Issue Is It, Anyway?


You might ask … why are we calling this blog, “Walk a Mile in My Issues,” when it’s really our kids’ issues (or in some cases, their former issues) that we’re talking about?… Continue reading