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For Parents of Children With Special Needs
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Last edited: Saturday, August 15, 2009
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This article was inpsired by a group I facilitated last week.

This is an article especially for parents who have a special needs child

or a child in trouble.I work with adults who have severe mental 

illness anad facilitate a group for familes of people who come to our

program. They were able to express to me last week their frustrations

and fears. They have been through so much pain and grief. They love

their daughter but don't know why she acts a certain way and is not sure

how to handle it when she acts out.They are worried about what will

happen to their daughter when they die.


My heart goes out to all of you who may be dealing with a situation

like this.I can not imagine what it would be like to experience

what you have been through.I have no words of wisdom or a

magic wand. What I do have is my love and understadning. What

I know is that there is help available for you.Find support

in your faith. Whatever it may be. Get support from people who will

understand. Get answers from people who know your situation.


I wish you peace and a sense that you are loved.I just wanted you

to know I am thinking of you tonight. Please take care of yourself.

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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 8/29/2009
This was WELL SAID Cindy, Full of Compassion and Honesty too! I am ONE of those mothers.. and I fall short of Patience, I thought I would always have, I look to Jesus when it wanes! but, I know Meditation does help, let your friends/etc. know - When you put yourself in balanced state it gives you a Peace of Mind, and you can deal with more!

I have them in my heart and prayers!
I have been speaking lately, of my fears when "I" die, and where "She" (at 30 yrs. of age) will be THEN, her dad is hardly around now for her, I don't see much of a change, so YES,I am more than concerned and looking into Services that will give her some kind of Independence and still have someone with her!

Thank YOU for letting me pour that out Cindy!
Blessings and Peace, Purple_Passions, SHEE
God Bless every Parent! and Most, the Parent that struggles (not out of choice) to be BETTER toward your child, then you THINK you can be.... Some make it harder on themselves as parents, by the choices they make ( that is honesty ) The must put FOCUS more on the "Child"
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 8/16/2009
Beautiful words of comfort, a common theme in my story writing: parenting children with special needs. Well done; this is a keeper, Cindy!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Lew Duffey 8/16/2009
Dear Cindy;
My daughter was afraid she had a learning impaired child. It turned out he simply had a hearing problem. That can make a child look learning impaired. Hearing is an important part of learning. At any rate you should see the difference now that he can hear.
Just a thought. Any problem is an important thing to know about.
God bless,
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