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I Didn’t Cause That Frown — 12 Comments

  1. Congratulations on your book! I’ve done that–seen someone frowning and wondered if they are upset with me or frowning about something else. I’m sure a processing disorder makes it even harder to interpret or reason through the situation. This sounds like such a great resource!

    • Thanks Barbara – it is a resource I wish I had a long time ago! All in God’s time, though – right? I hope it helps others the way I needed it to help! ~ Maryleigh

    • Thank you Pam for linking here! Monday Morning glitches! Wishing you much Shalom in your week! ~ Maryleigh

  2. Congratulations Maryleigh! How very exciting to see your dream fulfilled 😀
    And what a great book, I could have really used this book when I was practicing. Being a family Counselor it would have come in handy for children on the Spectrum.
    It will have many applications.
    Blessings,
    Jennifer

    • I am hopeful that it will find its way to the children who need it! Thank you, Jennifer! ~ Maryleigh

  3. Congratulations on your book! It sounds amazing, I’ve never heard of CAPD but I can definitely relate to feeling as if an expressionless or frowny face is because someone didn’t like me or I’d done something wrong. I also loved this – “God gives dreams – and if you never give up on them, works them out in His best way, in His best time”.

    • Life without hearing tone, from what I’ve seen, is incredibly challenging! I hope it helps kiddos diffuse communication challenges they struggle with! And yes!!! Don’t give up on the dreams God has given you, too, Wemi!!! What a plan He has! ~ Maryleigh

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