It’s important you ease any fears your children may have and help in making the transition smoother.
“I stopped looking at my son and seeing a big red autism banner.”
“I know that dealing with something so hard has made me a better person in the long run.”
Our personal biases and stereotypes can harm and influence children.
The summer homework debate is one that divides parents, educators and students in every country.
“It was my first time ever talking about my feelings. I was crying in front of the counselor.”
“There are so many little things that I fear because of the way that I think that I look.”
So often, I’ve felt alone in my struggle to socialize with muscular dystrophy.
“All of us hope life runs smoothly but in case it doesn’t, show your child that you will provide support.”