"It takes a village to raise a child. It takes a child with autism to raise the consciousness of the village."  - Coach Elaine Hall


Teacher's Notes of Nicole-Christine:  


Who's teaching whom? 

As much as I've been a high school teacher for thousands of students over 20+ years, a mom to a teenager, an energy practitioner, mindfulness artist, and student of life, I have learned that I have been learning from this generation all along, and building a bridge for improving communication & understanding. ​​​

I'm here to remind us... that we are being called to 

n o t i c e  m o r e  d e e p l y 

​the connections around us and within us, conveniently (or not so conveniently) packaged in our own life journey and in this generation of highly sensitive & intuitive kids.


Creativity: a tangible teachable for seeing what is not always obvious

Consciousness: more awareness of views and interpretations to recognize and experience the child's journey in a new way

Compassion: more understanding to see the layers of how they experience the world; more validation of their voice and gifts


​"A sympathetic 'mentor' in the education system can make or break a young girl's future.  As professionals we need to be informed about the way young women think and perceive the world.  This books gives us this insight" (Foreword by Dr. Judith Gould, I am AspienGirl).


​"High sensitivity is actually fairly common, found in 15 to 20 percent of the population, according to Dr. Elaine N. Aron, author of the book, The Highly Sensitive Person. Both introverts and extroverts can be sensitive.
Sadly, because many people don’t understand what high sensitivity is, you may have been told to “toughen up” or “just get over it.” You may have always felt different from other people, but you didn’t have a name for what you were."

-- Jenn Granneman


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"Not your average superhero"


Have you ever wondered why she says she feels different to her peers? Wondered why life seems challenging for her?


Her peers seem to gracefully and naturally meet their milestones, yet she has reached some developmental milestones early and some late. She may have been an overly active child, had sensory issues, or had a speech delay.  


She may be very artistic, whether she sings, draws, paints, or writes, at times, too mature for her age. Yet, she struggles socially and emotionally, acting and appearing younger than her peers.


She has a unique constellation of 
super-abilities, strengths and challenges.


(Excerpts Taken From Back Cover)

One page.  One chapter.  One book.  One discussion.

One line could be all you are missing to change your life toward your soul-infused goals.  One of these books could be your game-changer!


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