I walked in the kitchen a couple of days ago and told my boys"Guess what? Remy hasn't had a seizure in 33 days! isn't that amazing?"One boy said,"really? Wow, that's a long time. So cool"The other boy said"Don't say that READ MORE
Cannabis I think that people are sick of hearing statistics about the dangers of pharmaceutical drugs. We all know the risks in them and are desperately seeking something safer and less harmful while still treating the issues. It's an epidemic. READ MORE
Have you ever thought that refusing to accept your child having autism, epilepsy or other neurological disorder was a sign of love? What if I told you that it actually is the opposite. Join me as I dive into the importance of accepting your child with special needs and what life looks like when you do.
Depression is the peak of grieving and almost guaranteed at some point in the journey of special needs parenting. Depression affects all of us, and the reason why it's important to talk about it is that there are ways out READ MORE
Have you ever thought to yourself that you would give ANYTHING to cure your special needs child? Would you do anything to take their suffering away? Do you ever regret certain choices you have made or thought you have obviously READ MORE
When you are grieving for a child you THOUGHT you were going to have, Anger is a big part of that grief. For me, watching my daughter Remy suffer through multiple hospital stays, seizure after seizure and seeing the apparent READ MORE