This is the razor thin line parents of kids with disabilities walk every day — the balance between engaging and resting, between knowing when you need to be involved and when you can step back.
I wish others could try to understand that each and every holiday, we sit and wonder if this will be the last one we’re able to share with our child. Or the stress of beingContinue reading
I am a parent of a child with special needs. There are moments that take my breath away and remind me that you’ve changed my heart forever. Moments that help me to forgive all thatContinue reading
What’s given me strength is listening to everyone else’s stories, their struggles, their successes. If I can do that for someone else, then that feels so good to me. ~Jacqueline Laurita, whose son Nicholas hasContinue reading
I would humbly say to parents of a child with a recent diagnosis of any disorder that while they may well be experiencing the death of one dream, that dream of having a healthy child,Continue reading