Just Keep Moving (a repost)

My son has special needs. He bears the weight of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) daily, but I’m not writing this for him. I’m writing this for the all of the parents and loved ones who must learn how to live with OCD as well. I’m not trying to diminish the burden he carries; believe me,Continue reading “Just Keep Moving (a repost)”

He’s Not Broken Excerpt

An excerpt from my upcoming book, He’s Not Broken: A Mother’s Journey to Acceptance I have a photo of my son Jacob in the pilot’s seat on his first flight. He was six-years-old. His hands are on the controls, with the pilot’s hat perched on his head. It’s one of my favorite pictures of himContinue reading “He’s Not Broken Excerpt”

Publishing My Memoir!

(This is a very bad mock-up of the cover. Also, Michelle will be changed to Ginger because when you search for Michelle McGee on Google…well, just see for yourself.) /Widgetflex.swf” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Help Me Publish!!! 1 in 360 (approximately 138,000 US children) have been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome, based on parent report. Run your fingers throughContinue reading “Publishing My Memoir!”

– On being there for you

how can i be strong for you when my bones have been crushed? how can i comfort you when i sleep in blankets of sadness? how can i hold you when my arms carry the weight of the world? how can i listen to you when the voices in my head are screaming? how canContinue reading “– On being there for you”

No Longer Standing

  Who am I that the world chooses to rest on my shoulders? That sadness floods my veins – each step a concrete block? That my bones splinter piercing, piecing the distance – a bridge of pain? Each breath a glass bubble shattering with every inhale. Where is peace? Trapped in the pages of aContinue reading “No Longer Standing”