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.
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 intellectual disabilities unfold, I have seen my fair share of anger. But the anger comes out in subtle ways. Snappiness, resentment, jealousy, being short-tempered, not just the outbursts you think of. When you realize you have no control over your READ MORE
Today we are talking about getting a second opinion and why that could be one of the most important first steps of your autism and epilepsy parenting journey. Whether your child has received a diagnosis or not, it's always a good idea to get another persons' perspective in your child’s treatment plan. I will share what giving a second opinion has done for our family and what it might have looked like if we never went down that route. If READ MORE