I don't always know how I feel about my son's autism. But I DO always know exactly how I feel about him.
Prioritize taking care of yourself so you can care for your children, and choose interpretations of their behavior as peaceful not harmful.
In my experience, mothers of kids with disabilities are desperate for events where they are spiritually fed in ways that apply directly to the challenges and intricacies of their life. And you know what is available to them? Very little. Often nothing.
Today—for a few moments—stop the activity and mindfully be present for your child. You are the gift.
Parenting may be one of the most rewarding jobs on earth, but it's also one of the most difficult. How can parents of kids with disabilities re-fuel daily?