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My great love languages adventure began a year ago this week. To celebrate 1 person is going win a copy of Sharing Love Abundantly in Special Needs Families!
Part 4 of the series about Jesus, kids with special needs, and their parents explains when it’s right and worthy to push back for our kids well-being.
The real story of pregnancy and CMV must be told frequently because doing so can prevent the harm it does to our precious unborn children.
When Jesus, kids with special needs, and their parents gather, we learn how valuable our families are to the God who loves our children as they are.
In the final installment of this series, a neuropsychologist and special needs mom shows the power of our senses in combatting compassion fatigue.
Birthdays and disabilities go together in our family like cake and ice cream, like joy and sorrow. I didn’t always appreciate the combination, but now I do.
Jessica Temple is back to explain how the word IMPROVE can help caregivers who know combatting compassion fatigue is important for themselves and their loved ones.
My other child is rarely mentioned here because she’s a typical sib. Today, I want to share with you her great and lovely heart. I wish you could meet her.
Jessica Temple says caregivers implement 3 simple strategies for combatting compassion fatigue. In this post, she explains how to use mindfulness.
Stories about Jesus, kids with special needs, and their parents populate the gospels. One such story illustrates the importance of community and obedience.
Guest blogger Laura Spiegel says, “Painting my daughter in color helps you see who she is.” Enjoy this a lovely portrait of Laura’s colorful child.
The gospels tell 5 stories of Jesus, kids with special needs, and their parents. Mark Arnold’s series looks at what parents today can learn by studying them.
Over 60 years ago my dad and my uncle overcame their political divide. Maybe this lesson from 2 men Iove will help our family do the same.
Being my child’s voice wasn’t easy after our son was born, but the advocacy challenges Trish Shaeffer is facing are far greater. Here’s why she keeps going.
The coronavirus has turned daily life upside down for many caregivers. These 3 anxiety tamers for a COVID-19 world can help you navigate our new abnormal.
If how we spend our days is how we spend our lives, how can special needs parents live their sometimes chaotic lives well? It boils down to what we choose.