Lean In as defined by Sheryl Sandberg: Women who “sit at the table,” seek challenges, take risks, and pursue their goals with gusto. Everybody expects to have a perfect child. We want our children to be loved and accepted. Facing the reality that your child may be born or diagnosed with special needs is not MORE »
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I watched my friend’s child die on Facebook this weekend, as did thousands and thousands of other people. Gavin had cerebral palsy; my son does too, and Kate and I had bonded online. Last Wednesday, Gavin had a seizure followed by three episodes of cardiac arrest. On Friday, doctors told Kate and her husband that Gavin’s MORE »
Lately I’ve realized that there’s a big misconception about what labeling a child means. Many parents feel that accepting or sharing that their child has a diagnosis is putting a label on him. But the truth is that living with a diagnosis is not a label; it is a reality. If we learn to accept MORE »
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