We have labels on our clothes, our cheeseburgers, our meat and produce, and the list goes on.We like the convenience of neatly packaged words so we can sum up the person, place or thing and know what to expect.
Labels have much more of an impact that we realize, and we need to be mindful of how we talk about our children.
Typically, once a child has been evaluated and diagnosed, that label will define and follow them for years to come.
However, parents often refer to children with less severe labels that are just as significant.
A later autopsy also revealed he had swallowed arsenic.
Prosecutors in Colorado then said they had evidence she poisoned another boyfried with arsenic in that state in 1978.