Aftermath

I didn’t mean to leave you all high and dry the second the challenge was over. All I can say is, “Thank you God for the ability and foresight for scheduled posts.” While my series was merrily trucking to an end all on its scheduled self. Our world,...

The End of Things (resources)

Here we are at the end of this series. Thank you for coming with me on this journey. For some reading this has been a starting point and for others it is part of a continuation. I want to close this out by giving you some resources that I, or others, have found...

Where to begin…

One thing that is common to every family that deals with disabilities is the need for help. It may be help as minor as a listening, non-judgemental ear, it may be as huge as modifications to the home and specially equipped vehicles. In my own experience it isn’t easy...

What NOT to say (or think)

I am going to make the assumption that you are reading these posts because you know someone that has a child with hidden disabilities. You may have never even seen the behaviours your friend has described because all you’ve ever seen is a charming, pleasant, polite...

Survival Techniques

Our son became ours permanently when he was just about two and a half. We know that some issues were present before he was taken away but we are convinced that much of the damage occurred in the seven months that he wasn’t with us. Over the thirteen years that we’ve...