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All Things Sensory by Harkla

Rachel Harrington, COTA/L, AC & Jessica Hill, COTA/L

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Rachel Harrington and Jessica Hill, are two passionate Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants who answer your questions related to all things sensory, occupational therapy, parenting, self-care, nutrition, and health, from a therapist’s perspective. Providing raw, honest, fun ideas, and strategies, for parents and families to implement into daily life. Great for those who work with children with sensory processing disorder, special needs, autism, and ADHD. This podcast is brought to you b ...
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Calling all parents! Do you have a neurodivergent child with sensory processing challenges or Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)? Looking for some practical tips and advice from an Occupational Therapist’s expert in sensory development? This podcast is for you! Every week, Laura Petix, (aka The OT Butterfly) will educate you on the impact that sensory processing has on your child’s learning and behavior. She’ll teach you the why behind your child’s behavior, how to identify their sensory prof ...
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Welcome to the Aqua Sensory podcast! We are on a mission to spread our passion and expertise for sensory developmental play in water to nurture the next generation from womb to world, with water as a driver to support a child’s development.
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Sensory Matters is a weekly podcast featuring expert interviews from the world of Sensory Seeking, Stimming & Autism. Supporting the World‘s Number 1 community of Sensory Seekers at sensooli.com this show is all about helping sensory seekers, avoiders carers and professionals with useful, interesting and inspiring stories. Find out more at, sensooli.com
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Dana Latter a parent coach for autism and sensory integration an author of “Against The Odds and Mother of two children on the autistic spectrum. I’m here to answer questions related to all things sensory, parenting, self-care, nutrition, vision therapy, health and relaxation interviewing specialists in the field providing my honest views ,strategies and ideas for parents to implement into daily life. www.autismresults.com
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The Sensory Podcast

Richard Hirstwood

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Richard began developing multi sensory rooms in the 1990s. Since then he's focused on all things sensory and his talks around the world and his hands-on work with children and adults in special education makes him a must listen hands-on practitioner.
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The Sensory Hour

David Dummackin

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Bi-weekly discussions around autism awareness. Topics of mainstream media stories, interviews with parents and education professionals and businesses, strategies to try at home or school, resources and masterclasses.
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Sensory Friendly Solutions

Christel Seeberger

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Welcome to the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast! In season one, we are bringing you an 11-part deep dive into the world of your senses, sensory sensitivity and sensory overload, with the goal of discovering and sharing sensory-friendly solutions for daily life. You’ll hear the candid voices of the Sensory Friendly Solutions team, international experts, parents, industry leaders and first-person accounts and people like you, who have created solutions made for the real world. Podcast reflec ...
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Welcome to The Autism & Sensory Parenting Podcast! Join our host, Candice Curtis, an Occupational Therapist, Autism & sensory specialist, and a parent of an Autistic child as we chat about all things Autism and sensory, including developmental activities, strategies, and how to make it all happen in your day while still keeping your sanity!
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Sensory Friendly Dentistry

Christel Seeberger

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Calling on dentists, orthodontists, periodontists, and your teams! Learn how to deliver a patient experience that sets their clinics apart. Discover how and why creating a sensory-friendly experience for your patients is a game-changer for your practice. Get the tips and strategies that will make your dental practice stand out for patients.
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How can new technology help you to play a new musical instrument? The E-Sense research programme is experimenting with novel augmentation devices to explore sensory, bodily and cognitive extension. In this interdisciplinary research, philosophy and art combine with various flavours of computing: ubiquitous; wearable; and physical. We take a look at how E-Sense's speculative philosophical research experiments, built on the 1960's work of Paul Bach-Y-Rita's minimal tactile vision sensory subst ...
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Welcome to this brand new podcast which will delve into the wonderful world of Sensory Stories with your illegible host, Pete Wells! Each episode, there will be chat, tips news and terrible jokes all about the wonderful world of sensory stories. Most importantly, each episode will feature a sensory story to share with your very special listeners. After the story, Pete will deconstruct each part of the story, explaining why and how certain props are used, the educational benefits of them and ...
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Narrated by some of New York’s most beloved voices, "Mind's Eye: A Sensory Guide to the Guggenheim New York" was designed for the blind and low-vision communities and is illuminating for all. This eleven-episode guide to the New York’s landmark Guggenheim building takes you on a journey of the senses through a UNESCO World Heritage-designated architectural masterpiece. Wherever you choose to listen, the "Mind’s Eye" podcast will transport you into the heart of New York City, and bring you fr ...
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April is OT Month and we’re celebrating with a HUGE sale on our digital courses! If you’re an occupational therapy practitioner, you can earn your CE with our courses that are approved through AOTA! Check out the SALE here - https://harkla.co/pages/ot-month-sale Sale ends April 14, 2024 at midnight! We received a message in IG asking about Brain Ba…
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In this episode, I dive into why some kids – especially neurodivergent ones – thrive on routine and struggle when things change. As a neurodivergent adult and occupational therapist, I'll share insights into the sensory and cognitive challenges that can make even small changes feel like big disruptions. I'll also dish out practical tips for parents…
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Join us for a riveting journey through the landscape of trauma and healing, where Bethany Ranes Ph.D. and I navigate the mind's labyrinth following traumatic experiences. As a cognitive neuroscience research scientist with notable tenures at United Health Group and the US Army, Ranes lends her profound insights into the ways trauma shapes our physi…
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Kathrin Ohla, scientist at dsm-firmenich, was skeptical when she was asked to investigate whether fragrances could enhance focus and concentration. Nevertheless, the results convinced her. Fragrances can indeed boost mental performance. In this interview, she takes us along the research process and explains how – with the right method – even more f…
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Check out our newly re-launched digital course: Early Intervention Blueprint: Sensory and Developmental Milestones for Infants and Toddlers Designed for new and expecting parents, as well as therapists and professionals working with children ages birth - 4 years. OTs and OTAs - earn 11 CEU contact hours through AOTA with this digital course! What i…
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Do you feel pulled in multiple directions trying to meet the unique sensory needs of each child in your home? In this episode, I’ll dish my top strategies for balancing the often conflicting sensory profiles within families. You'll learn practical ways to create separate sensory spaces, set clear boundaries with alternatives, and rely on sensory la…
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Check out our newly re-launched digital course: Early Intervention Blueprint: Sensory and Developmental Milestones for Infants and Toddlers Designed for new and expecting parents, as well as therapists and professionals working with children ages birth - 4 years. OTs and OTAs - earn 11 CEU contact hours through AOTA with this digital course! As ped…
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Parents, are you dealing with a kid who just constantly wakes up on the wrong side of the bed? NO matter what you do or offer them, they're just dysregulated no matter what. This episode is for you. I'll help you make sense of those non-sensical moods and give you an action plan to hopefully curb some of that dysregulation. Listen into learn: That …
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Get ready for an episode full of simple, straightforward activities using one piece of equipment - a hula hoop! We dive into the benefits of this single piece of equipment, why you should have one in your home and multiple in your clinic and school, and then we jump right into our 7 favorite activities using hula hoops! Some of these activities can…
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In this episode, I'm exploring an approach I've found really effective called collaborative problem-solving. I'll break down the steps so you can understand the process. And I'll share a real example from my own parenting journey - what happened when I tried validating my daughter's perspective and attacking the problem objectively (minimizing emot…
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Our goal with OT when working with pediatric clients is to help the children and their families get through the day easier, learn the skills necessary for ADLs and IADLs, provide emotional regulation tools for all environments that the child is in, and ultimately be successful in all occupations of life that the child wants to participate in. Succe…
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I wanted to share a new concept I've been thinking about called the "nervous system budget." Basically, it's a way to visualize how different tasks and environments affect our nervous systems. I'll explain how we all have a limited amount of "nervous system cash" each day, and how certain things can cost more than others. I'll also give some ideas …
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Have you ever considered the profound impact that trauma has on the body and the mind, and how manual therapists can provide a beacon of hope for those struggling in its aftermath? We're honored to have Brian Trzaskos join us to shed light on the transformative power of trauma-informed care within manual therapy. Our discussion transcends the tradi…
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Get ready for an episode full of simple, straightforward activities using one piece of equipment - a yoga/therapy ball! We dive into the benefits of this single piece of equipment, why you should have one in your home and multiple in your clinic and school, and then we jump right into our 10 favorite activities using a yoga ball! Some of these acti…
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Dr. Alex Reed is a clinical psychologist who specializes in the assessment and support of neurodevelopmental diagnoses across the lifespan Alex and I are both contributors in Dr. Becky’s goodinside community- a movement and platform that we really enjoy supporting. Alex and I have so many sideline conversations about neurodiversity and are constant…
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Sami Carrick is a Child Development & Certified Reading Specialist (M.Ed) who shares (research based) tips for busy parents to take a proactive approach to learning and reading in schools by building a really strong foundation in the younger years and really looking at the whole child. She believes that we can prevent a lot of learning struggles an…
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Liliana surprises me every single day. She’s intelligent, well spoken, mature, empathetic and so so caring. You can see all of those qualities through her in this episode, which was in part created by you who submitted questions for her to answer! In this episode, you’ll hear Liliana give advice about What to do when you’re worried about going to s…
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What is the Pyramid of Learning and why is it important? Williams and Shellenberger (1996) formulated this pyramid of learning and it highlights how sensory integration processing relates to the child’s learning process. This simple visual aide explains how academic learning, daily living activities (like brushing your teeth and getting dressed), e…
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We cannot co-regulate our kids if we aren’t regulated ourselves. And most of us (I’m raising both of my hands here) need to make extra effort to activate our parasympathetic nervous system because our sympathetic nervous systems can go into overdrive so quickly as parents to neurodivergent kids. Chronic dysregulation and chronic sympathetic nervous…
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In this episode we talk to Meg Faure, Occupational Therapist, co-author of 8 parenting titles including the best-selling Baby Sense and Weaning Sense books, and founder of Parent Sense baby app We start with a deep dive with how our 8 sensory systems are massively important and how they are affected in water. “The vestibular sense and proprioceptiv…
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What are hypermobile joints? Who can they affect? What are the functional implications? We dive into these questions, the research, and some information that will be helpful if your child or your clients have hypermobile joints. We also talk about some of the challenges that can be associated with hypermobility. Things like strength training, swimm…
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Let's normalize screen time use in whatever way works for your family. I know as parents we are CONSTANTLY bombarded by a list of shoulds and shouldn’ts and really big, click-baity headlines that really create a lot of fear and guilt among parents. You see this for almost every childhood concern, but I see it a lot around screens. And in 2024, we’r…
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We are so excited to introduce you to Jill Gockel, mom of 5, who left the corporate world at the end of 2016 to stay at home with her kids. In addition to raising her 5 kids, she also invests in real estate, has an online business, & is a continual learner. Our conversation with Jill centers around primitive reflexes. She explains how she first lea…
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In this episode I have the wonderful fortune of interviewing Hillary Allen, an endurance athlete and former client of mine. We talk about her experience surviving a near-fatal 150-foot fall while trail running. We discuss her road to recovery both physically and mentally, insights gained about being a process-driven versus performance-driven athlet…
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In this episode we talk to Torill Hindmarch, recipient of the prestigious Virgina Hunt Newman Award for promoting the “Gentle Way” of baby swimming. It is always a pleasure to connect to our International Aquatic Community. Torill, shares her passion and knowledge from her many years’ experience and her observations. “In 1973 I was given the respon…
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Dr. Joy and I chat about why nervous system regulation is so important for parents and kids to understand, and how you can start to explain it to them. We then touch on how you expand the knowledge of nervous system regulation into understanding that some brains and bodies are different, and their nervous system regulation (and finding the green en…
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What are some things that we often see in infants, toddlers, and school age children that indicate sensory processing challenges? We list out our top sensory processing red flags for infants, including colic, missed milestones, and challenges with feeding. We then list out our top sensory processing red flags for toddlers which include avoiding pla…
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Welcome to the 100th episode of the sensory W.I.S.E. solutions podcast! I'm so excited to celebrate this milestone with all of you. In this special episode, I'll be reflecting on our journey so far and sharing some of my favorite episodes and key stats from the past 100 shows. You’ll also get to hear from my 6 year old, Lilliana who shares her pers…
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What is eloping? When we’re in therapy talking about eloping, it’s when the child runs. They run away from the task, they run away from the situation, or even run out of the building. There can be a variety of reasons for elopement - we dive into these reasons PLUS specific strategies for each potential reason, including: sensory strategies to help…
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In this episode I chat with Kristi Palmer, founder of Kiva Confection edibles, about how cannabis products can be integrated into our busy lives as parents. Kristi shares how she uses edibles to manage the chaos of dinner time and her kids' bedtime routine. I also discuss how edibles help me relax in the evenings and get a great night's sleep. We t…
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At Aqua Sensory we love to connect with experts in their fields, like with Jess Kennedy from My OT and Me. In this episode, Jo talks with Jess about supporting parents and professionals, understanding sensory integration, and supporting challenges in and out of the pool. One of the topics we talk about is ‘parent capacity’, about how much a parent …
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We are your podcast DJs and today’s episode is answering YOUR questions! We talk about challenges between young siblings, a 4-year-old Autistic sensory seeker, a sensory-seeking toddler who struggles at bedtime, strategies for a 2-year-old Autistic sensory seeker who will be traveling, and adopted children who are struggling due to drug exposure in…
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In this podcast we explore Mark and Amanda's origin stories and how they got into massage therapy. Did Mark fall into massage therapy after a drunken dare, was Amanda really convinced into it. Listen to find out. We also explore the evolution of massage therapy and education, public perception and acceptance of massage therapy, the future of massag…
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Listen to this episode if you’re looking for practical next steps after your child receives an autism, ADHD, anxiety or other DSM diagnosis. Listeners will learn how to navigate the many emotions that come with a diagnosis, as I validate the relief, validation but also overwhelmed, confused or worried feelings parents may experience. I recommend ta…
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At Aqua Sensory we love to bring more awareness into the pool of the words we say and how we communicate. In this episode, Jo talks with Kate Burgess, a speech and language therapist who supports parents with early intervention and ways to be more effective in their communication. Kate’s passion is to simplify speech and language strategies for par…
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Brittyn Coleman is a Registered Dietitian, Autism Nutrition Expert, and the Founder of the Nourishing Autism Collective. She helps parents of children with autism to nourish their kids confidently in a gradual, sustainable way. Through her practice, she has been able to support thousands of parents to expand their child’s diet in a sensory-friendly…
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In this episode, I break down the basics of sensory processing in a step by step, easy to understand way. Learn how each of the 8 sensory inputs travel through our bodies, how the brain triggers a response and how that manifests in our behaviors. With this information, you’re ready to start tackling those behaviors from a more sensory informed lens…
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At Aqua Sensory we love to create sensory harmony in water and understand child development, we have a hold and move we call bear feet babes, so of course when I saw there was a book called Finding Their Feet - I was so drawn to buying it and reading. In this episode, Jo talks with the author Bernie Landels from Finding Their Feet about why bare fe…
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Developmental delays can happen for a variety of reasons- there’s no one to blame and you are not doing anything wrong! We’re going to share some of the typical developmental milestones so you can identify if your little one is on track or a little behind, what you can do to support their development, and who to reach out to and get more help from.…
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Follow along as my husband and I do a quick recap of the 17 days I spent away from home while I was in the Philippines and Mark took on the role of default parent for our daughter Liliana. We discussed how he handled the daily routines like school drop offs and meals without any reminders from me. Mark shared some funny stories like when he tried t…
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What are primitive reflexes? Why are they important? What are the signs of retained primitive reflexes? How can you help a child who has retained primitive reflexes Listen in and get the answers to these questions, and more! WATCH The Primitive Reflex Webinar and get access to the FREE downloads! Dive into the FULL digital course, Assessment and In…
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When contemplating creativity, most people envision a painting, a composition, or something else that engages the eyes & ears. This leaves out an entire realm - the world of the chemical senses. Janice Wang, an associate professor at the Univ. of Copenhagen, is determined to change that. She explores how chemosensory creativity can be investigated …
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What is a sensory circuit? We use this term to describe an obstacle course that is used for a sensory diet routine. A sensory circuit can be used in the clinic as a way to meet your client's sensory threshold. It can be used at home as your child's daily sensory diet routine as well! We break down how to create an effective sensory circuit using 5 …
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It’s one thing to be able to identify the best supports, tools and accommodations for your neurodivergent child, but I find that implementing it successfully in the classroom isn’t always easy. One of the things I recommend parents or teachers to do is to spend some time introducing the entire classroom to sensory tools, what they are, who they’re …
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Check out our Holiday Sensory Survival Guide, on sale NOW! Shop During Harkla’s Christmas SALE! Save 15% on ANY order! Shop and Save Until Dec. 14, 2023! harkla.co/pages/christmas-sale Shop and Save During Our Digital Course SALE - Save 20% on ANY Digital Course, Dec. 15 - Dec. 22, 2023. harkla.co/pages/digital-courses-holiday-sale Primitive Reflex…
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In this episode,I talk with Ina Chung, known as @theasianallergymom on Instagram. Ina shares her personal story of parenting her daughter who has food allergies to peanut, dairy and egg. She discusses how she educated herself on food allergies as a new mom and advocates tirelessly for inclusion of food allergy families. Ina offers practical tips an…
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Check out our Holiday Sensory Survival Guide, on sale NOW! Shop During Harkla’s Christmas SALE! Save 15% on ANY order! Shop and Save Until Dec. 14, 2023! harkla.co/pages/christmas-sale In this episode, we explore the fascinating topic of organization of behavior in children and how occupational therapy can play a crucial role in addressing these ch…
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Listen in as I discuss important signs parents can look for to determine if a therapist or clinic is neurodiverse affirming so they can make the most informed decision when looking into therapy providers for their neurodivergent child. Links: episode on making the most out of OT services SDBC Waitlist Episode transcript: https://www.theotbutterfly.…
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Kayleigh McDine runs Swim with Kayleigh a small swim school based in the Highlands of Scotland in a Seaside Town called: Nairn. In this episode it was a treat to catch up with Kayleigh, to chat about her swim school, Bath Babies and Aqua Sensory adventures and her swim school, values: Community, individual learning, mindfulness and water safety. “W…
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Check out our Holiday Sensory Survival Guide, on sale NOW! Shop During Harkla’s 12 Days of Christmas SALE! Save 12% on ANY order! Shop and Save Until Dec. 12, 2023! https://harkla.co/pages/12-days Answering a listener’s question in today’s episode: “I’d love it if you guys could dedicate an episode to all things relating to PERIODS. As my daughter …
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