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Shannon Penrod is a mother, author, speaker, coach, educator, film maker and Autism advocate. Born in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, Shannon spent most of her childhood years growing up in suburban upstate New York. Earlier this year, in an effort to "leave no stone unturned", Tabitha and her husband accessed some of their child's cord blood and stem cells given to their daughter via IV.
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First, she is truly beautiful, and I can only imagine how adorable she must have been as a child.Second, I have my own memories of voices on the playground fifty years ago calling me “Land-weird,” a variation on my maiden name. I can remember how many years it took me to stop listening to those taunts and remember a voice from a higher power in me that loved me just as I am.When I came home from the workshop, I thought about the messages we remember from long ago that shape our whole life, and I thought, “This is what I want to do.
I want to go to every person who has ever carried the sting of childhood barbs with them into adulthood and take their hands in mine, look them in the eyes and say, ‘Remember that child on the playground who teased you? This is what she wants to say to you now.’”And then I would say something like this:You know those things I said to you when we were five years old? And I didn’t feel very liked or loved, so I took it out on you.I could have taken it out on Julie or Connie or Stephen or Craig or any other child in our class.


But I was most jealous of you, so you became my target.Those things I said on the playground had nothing to do with you. They were my lie, trying to make myself feel better.I apologize for the effect they had on you. It never helped.I was a little kid, and I was scared, and I made up a lie that somehow got tangled up around you. And if you start to blame yourself somehow for believing my lie and making it part of your life, I hope you’ll forgive yourself. But neither one of us needs to be scared anymore.I would hope that these words would help the insecurity and self-doubt fade away, because those beliefs, those doubts—that darkness—would be brought to light.What if we could all experience this? I know that forgiving someone for playground insults feels a lot different from forgiving them for abusing or betraying or injuring you in all the countless ways our human egos are capable of. But what if the person who hurt you showed up at your door one day and said…“I am so terribly, terribly sorry. I just want you to know that my actions came from my own fear, and that even though I tangled you up in this, it had nothing to do with you. It would help us all remember who we are as children of God and expressions of divine love.



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