Month: February 2016


Ladies and Gentlemen,

Alien lifeforms and deep sea creatures,

Beings of Middle Earth, Narnia, and Neverland,


TODAY, FEBRURARY 15TH, my pal Rachel S. Schneider of Coming To My Senses has released her book, Making Sense: A Guide To Sensory Issues

rachels book feb15

Why is this important? I know you’re a busy human, so let me list the reasons:

  • Rachel – a late-diagnosis SPD’er – is a major advocate for those of us with sensory issues (as well as a bucket of other issues) and has helped hundreds, if not more people through her websites and Coming To My Senses. She also created a Facebook adult support group for SPD adults, which now boasts over 1,400 members.
  • She has worked tirelessly through her own sensory issues to write a book to help others with the exact same problem. I know the extent of her efforts because she sent me rough drafts and such throughout the entire process.
  • Rachel is a compassionate little maniac who has made it her mission to see to it that Sensory Processing Disorder is given the recognition it needs.
  • Although aimed at adults, this books will give insight to those of every age with and without sensory issues.

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Who is this book for?

  • humans
  • humans with large brains, especially those who wish to expand their brain size
  • you

Who is the book NOT for?

  • humans who do not wish to gain any knowledge and remain fartfaces forever
  • dogs, because they generally do not read books (Note: this book may be read to dogs, by their humans.)

Here is an exclusive illustration from the book. Can you guess where this idea came from?

i see sensory people

Order your copy today from:


All the above links bring you directly to the book’s page. You’re welcome.


xoxoxoxo kelly