Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Going solo while raising children with disabilities
Going solo while raising children with disabilities is the first book for solo parents whose kids have a wide variety of disabilities (physical, neurodevelopmental, and psychiatric), and who are widowed, separated, divorced, single by choice, adoptive or foster parents, or military spouses with deployed partners. With reliable coping strategies gleaned from a practicing psychologist and specialist in disability adjustment, this book's insightful personal narratives and the author's deconstruction of these to offer universal lessons--from the basic (e.g., practice mindfulness to de-stress) to the profound (e.g., cultivate gratitude as the antidote to resentment).
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