Anxiety: Avoid or Enable? By Guest Blogger Rachel McNamara

So much preparation and thought goes into your child when you have a child with special needs but it is well worth the effort. I feel that my children are better off with all the support and professional advice that we have received and continue to receive and apply as a result of their respective diagnoses than they would have been if they were any other child because it has forced me to be a more informed and conscious parent. Any of the things that I do with my boys are applicable to any other child for supporting, encouraging and helping them be the best that they can be (with vulnerabilities that they are not ashamed of).

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From One Parent to Another — Emeliesvoice.wordpress.com

Originally posted on Emelie's Voice:
Parenting is exhausting. No one ever questions that. You pour yourself into these little beings hoping and praying you are doing everything right for…

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On Losing My Toddler in Tokyo: Moms, Dads, and Caregivers Everwhere, You Need to Read This! New Program Helps Keep your Loved Ones Safe!

On Losing My Toddler in Tokyo: Moms, Dads, and Caregivers Everywhere, You Need to Read This! New Program Helps keep your Loved Ones Safe! You know those people that see […]

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“The Time I ended up on the FBI’s No Fly List (and I’m still on it today!) (A peak into the life of an ASD parent)

    “The Time I ended up on the FBI’s No-Fly List” (and I’m still on it today!)   Here is a news flash: I’m not a terrorist, you know, […]

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