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 helpful in their journey. It is definitely not an exhaustive list but will hopefully get you started.
The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbough (this is a novel but gives a good look into the issues of attachment and the subsequent problems that might arise from childhood trauma)
Hold on to Your Kids by Gordon Neufeld and Gabor Mate
Relinquished: When Love Means Letting Go by Carrie O’Toole
www.neufeldinstitute.com (deals with a variety of topics related to attachment, discipline and transplanted children)
www.attachment.org (Nancy Thomas ministries – links to camps and other helpful resources)
www.coultervideo.com (Dan Coulter – particularly for Aspergers)
www.carrieotoole.com (particularly for RAD)
Special Needs Parenting – www.specialneedsparenting.net (this blog has many contributors, some for hidden disabilities and some for visible disabilities)
Life in the Aspie Lane – www.lifeintheaspielane.wordpress.com (one mom’s journey with autism)
There are MANY more resources out there. Some I could not list because they are no longer available.
I would love to have your feedback on this series and any suggestions or experiences you may have to add would be wonderful to consider.
Thanks again for journeying with me!
**All posts in this series are linked through the Alphabet Soup tab at the top of the page!