For parents of children with special needs, it can feel impossible to apply the messages in parenting books to our own families. These are our tips for parenting in a way that works for YOUR child.
These five things make truly meaningful gifts to your partner or your child: Your Time, Your Undivided Attention, Gratitude, Do-Overs, and Forgiveness.
Those seeking to forgive may find themselves asking one of two questions: How can I fix this? Or, how can I be free of it? Try these five steps to get you moving in the right direction.
In addition to your holiday lists filled with toys and gadgets (those are fun too), consider asking for just one thing that would truly increase your happiness.
Contrary to what we see on TV or hear on the radio, this time of year is not always the most wonderful – and that is perfectly okay. *I hope I don’t come across as a total Grinch.* It can be helpful to slow down and take time to greet each day with a smile, or a sigh or a big belly breath.