Cover Photo: photo courtesy of the author
photo courtesy of the author

More Mother, Less Detective: Where I’ve Found Grace Without a Diagnosis for My Son

Not knowing happens to all mothers, and to all of us—if we are breathing, we are without escape from things we can’t know.

This is What Genes Can’t Tell Us, a monthly column by Taylor Harris on parenting, genetics, and the quest for answers to medical riddles.

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what He has small hands. It’s no big deal. If he needs special scissors, what else will he need, and how will we know, and what if we don’t?

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Taylor Harris is a writer living in Virginia. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, Narratively, The Toast, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Babble, NPR, and other publications.