I Should Have Known Better

I Should Have Known Better

I feel bad most of the time that I don’t do enough with the kids. It’s an occupational hazard that goes with being a working mother, I guess. I work out of the home for five hours a day, five days a week, and it does take it’s toll. Instead of...
Facing My Demons

Facing My Demons

¬†image source There’s a little blue house opposite a park. It looks so innocuous, so peaceful, so pleasant. It is decorated in a mix of traditional and modern styles. Polished wooden floors mix with paneled walls and vibrant rugs. My eye is drawn to the soothing...
Reclaiming my Mental Health

Reclaiming my Mental Health

I wrote a post a few years back, Maintaining my Mental Health, which was a post I wrote about my own warning signs and what I need to do when I recognise my mental health slipping. It has stood me well over the years and I still read over it from time to time to...
The Trouble With NAPLAN

The Trouble With NAPLAN

Yes, I am going there. My son is sitting NAPLAN for the first time today and I have very mixed feelings about it. image source Personally I am proud that he is going to give it a go. I’m also grateful that his school have been supportive and have encouraged him...
Not Quite Right

Not Quite Right

I’m not quite right. I’m better than what I was. There’s not so much crying and the sense of panic I felt most days has eased. That’s got to be a good thing, right? Some of my natural optimism has returned and overall I feel better than I did a...

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