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Christians parenting the mentally ill need other believers to support them. Lisa Pelissier introduces a new blog to support such families.
The grief of disability caregiving almost overwhelmed me this autumn. First my Aunt Donna, an oasis of security and love during my childhood, died. Grief over Donna's death was accompanied by grief for my mother. She's the elder sister by six years, has lived with...
Guest blogger Lisa Brown explains how you can cope when special needs parenting guilt tries to steal your joy.
Why is expressing gratitude especially important for families with disabilities? Guest blogger Kristin Faith Evans provides three reasons.
In the midst of the chaos of caregiving, I’ve found that organizational strategies are saving my life right now.
Caregiving spouses are FOR each other in a marriage. That’s Heather Braucher’s message in the third post in her Different Dream guest series. You’re going to love what she has to say about the power of caregiving parents being FOR one another as much as you loved....
Remembering her beloved Aunt Donna, Jolene explains how to organically enter into life with a caregiving family
Guest blogger Mark Arnold provides ten tips on alternative Halloween ideas for kids with special needs.
Guest blogger Lisa Pelissier explains the different methods she is using to cope with a rough season in life.
Guest blogger Heather Braucher explains that the most important lesson she tries to instill in her son is that she is on his side.
Jolene explains her knee-jerk reaction to her pastor’s reference to the beauty of disability, only to discover the truth in what he said.
Guest blogger Laura Spiegel explains how her internal dialogue changed after taking a course on self-compassion.
Guest blogger Kristin Faith Evans explains how the caregiving lifestyle has brought unexpected blessings into her life.
Guest blogger Heather Braucher explains how as special needs parents, we are FOR parents and children just like God is FOR us.
Guest blogger Lisa Pelissier explores the pros and cons to decide is medicating mental illness the best plan.
Jolene shares her summer fears about what will go wrong next and draws a parallel to the worst summer of her life.