Diana Anioce Andre

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Diana was born and raised in Miami, FL. She is Haitian-American and fully embraces her Haitian culture. She completed her undergrad at University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida in Sociology and her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Troy University. She is a Mental Health Counselor for 4 years helping children and families with their mental health needs through individual and family therapy. She has been married to her husband Andre for 10 years this December. They have 3 handsome sons; 8, 4, and 3. Their oldest was diagnosed with ADHD and Autism. She has learned to become a voice and an advocate for her son to ensure that he continues to be successful at school and throughout life. She is also a strong advocate for Autism Acceptance. They spend their weekends together as a family going to church and engaging in other activities.

How I Created A Cozy Reading Nook For My Kids

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The Importance of  Reading Nook for my Kids When I was younger I was a big-time reading junkie. My best childhood moments were being locked away in my bathroom reading a book. The bathroom was...

7 Guidelines to Protect Yourself from Fraud

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Your phone rings, and you run to get it. You look at your caller I.D. and you notice that 'Scam Likely' is calling you....again. When Scam Likely calls me they are usually trying to...

Mom Confessions: I Have a Favorite Child and That’s OK

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I have three sons, 2, 4, and 8 years old. I equally love them fiercely and unconditionally. They are truly the reasons why I rise and grind every single day. However, I do have a...

How to Create the Best Vision Board for You and Your Kids

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Three years ago, my husband and I started making vision boards. We did this to help us follow through on our New Years Resolution. Last year, we decided that our 7-year-old was old enough to start setting...

5 Easy Money Saving Tips for Hosting Thanksgiving on a Budget

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If you need to know anything about me, it would be that I enjoy celebrating all of life's greatest moments. I enjoy hosting elaborate and fun events. My motto when it comes to parties and events...

6 Rules You Need to Know to Keep Your Kids Safe While Trick-or-treating

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It's the season for dressing up, decorating and indulging in Pumpkin Spice everything. While you're prepping your little ones for a night of ghouls, ghost and being candy wasted, don't forget to speak to...

No One Fights Alone: Overcoming Childhood Cancer

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Every day, 43 children are diagnosed with cancer (CureSearch Cancer Research). On March 3, 2014, my nephew, Alexander 'Papou' Myrthil, became one of the 43 children. He was 21 months old and was diagnosed with Acute...

Learning and Living with Autism: Confessions of An Autism Mom

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Two years ago my son was diagnosed with Autism. Unlike most moms, I was happy that we were getting a diagnosis. He struggled for a couple of years in preschool and had the worse Kindergarten year.  Prior...

Moms Guide to Surviving the Car Line Blues

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Car Line. These two words can bring moms to tears and cause them to pull their hair out. If you haven't had the pleasure of experiencing the car line, count your blessings. You're not missing...

I Lost My Child in a Crowded Water Park

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I came across a friend's Facebook post about how she was able to reunite a lost child with her family. She spoke about how the father reacted by screaming at the 3 year old for...