We were interviewed (along with two wonderful families and Dr. Lucy Miller) for an article that just came out in Alternative Medicine magazine (article isn't online, at least not yet). The article starts..."Kelsey Ganes got kicked out of preschool at age 2 1/2 because she wouldn't finger paint with chocolate pudding. Now 15 and already taking college classes, she says flunking preschool was a big relief..."
The story concludes with a tribute to Kelsey's mother: "It sounds horribly lame and completely dorky to say my mom is my best friend, but from the time I was a tiny child she understood me when nobody else did. And that's really cool..."
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