- New York,
- December 31
- Liane Kupferberg Carter’s articles and essays have appeared in more than 40 publications, including the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, Babble, Parents, and numerous literary journals, newspapers, and blogs. She is a columnist for Autism After 16:
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MY RECENT POSTS
- It's National Cat Day
October 28, 2013 04:06PM
- The Persistent Myth About
Autism & Empathy
May 20, 2013 10:23AM
- Laughing Too Loudly Lands Man
March 14, 2013 02:44PM
- Autism's 1 in 88 Can't Wait:
Romney, Obama Campaigns
September 28, 2012 08:21AM
- What Cat Hair?
March 26, 2012 02:13PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “I agree with you.
Completely. There are no
March 13, 2012 05:34PM
- “Zanelle, I "like" that
too. Thanks for your
March 08, 2012 10:25AM
- “Bravo. You're right. The
same is true of the V
February 22, 2012 04:54PM
- “You know what they say:
dogs have owners but cats have
February 22, 2012 04:22PM
- “According to Amazon,
March 27th. Here's a link if
February 15, 2012 08:02PM
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Okay, I’m going out on a limb here.
I’m a middle-aged mom and I love Facebook. And no, I’m not playing games like FarmVille, Kingdoms of Camelot or Mafia Wars. I love it for networking. So when “Saturday Night Live” recently aired a fake ad/… Read full post »
BY LIANE KUPFERBERG CARTER
The first thing we decided when we found out I was pregnant was to wait until the third month before we told anyone.
Ten minutes later, I was combing through my address book, calling everyone from our realtor to my sixth grade teacher.… Read full post »
“We’re trying new medication for Jake,” my friend Lauren tells me. Her son, like mine, has autism and seizures.
“We saw bad side effects on that one,” I warn.
“I know. The doctor told me Jake might even have hallucinations. So I s… Read full post »
BY LIANE CARTER
I have an embarrassing confession.
Last week I was invited to a Tupperware Party. That's not the embarrassing part.
The embarrassing part is that I went.
It was an
n my house I don’t need a calendar to chart the passage of time. I can plot the years by my husband’s passions. 2009 was The Year of the China Obsession.
Marc decided he wanted to read ancient Chinese classics, and any old translations wouldn’t do. He cruised the… Read full post »
On April 2, we will celebrate the third annual World Autism Awareness Day. But there is a war raging within the autism community.
Parents are still pitted against each other over the vaccine issue, despite the fact that numerous well designed scientific studies have failed to show any c… Read full post »
“If you could be anything in the world and talent and money weren’t an issue, would you still be doing what you do, or something else?"
My husband posed this question in an attempt to liven up a rather staid Upper East Side party one night. The gathered Wall Street… Read full post »
I am a perfume slut.
I can’t be faithful to just one fragrance. I have serial love affairs; no signature scent for me. This morning, I own thirty-something bottles of perfume and 103 sample vials on a dedicated closet shelf. And that doesn’t include the bottles… Read full post »
My husband and I had grown increasingly uneasy about our second child Mickey. Though a warm, engaging baby, he showed no interest in playing Peek-a-boo, How Big is the Baby, or waving bye-bye. At monthly visits the pediatrician assured us that all was well. But by 18 months, Mickey had only… Read full post »