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“My Story” on PeanutAllergy.Com

I was happy to be approached by PeanutAllergy.Com for the opportunity to tell “My Story” about writing Feeding Eden. It represents a solid and inclusive community of allergy parents and individuals  Please share with anyone interested in sharing their own story of parenting and challenges…. Raising a Son with Multiple Severe Allergies: Author of a […]

FABCon Part II: We Want You!

One reason I love teaching the middle school age range is that early teens are generally too young to feel apathetic about their learning, yet they are old enough to have very interesting things to say. I’ve always held to a teaching creed that goes something like this: “I may be the person standing in […]

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America Review of Feeding Eden

The following review was written in Asthma and Allergy Bulletin of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, New England Chapter, Spring 2013. Share the Trials and Triumphs of a Food Allergy Family Reviewed by Rose Ann Miller I am almost nervous to review Susan Weissman’s Feeding Eden because I worry that I will not be […]

Looking Back and Around

It’s nearly a year to date, since my book launch of Feeding Eden. Sometimes people ask me what I’ve been doing since. Of course I’ve been selling my book, which, while occupying, is also incredibly tedious to verbally unpack without boring my listener. So I don’t say much more than “Marketing it!” And of course […]

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America Supports Feeding Eden

I’m so looking forward speaking  and reading from my memoir at a support group event sponsored by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America—New England Chapter, this Thursday November 15th, at the Newton Wellesley Hospital. If you live in the greater Boston area I’d love to see you there. For more information on the event […]

Feeding Eden: A Reader Comments

I wrote Feeding Eden for two reasons: 1. So people and especially parents who live with food allergies could read their story (at least in part.) 2. So people who don’t live with food allergies could read our story. Following is an exerpt from a note I received from a reader named Jennifer L: I just […]