If you expected an article about how to make your kids behavior better so you could have peaceful days, you might be surprised but what I have to say. I am a mom of five children through birth, foster care, and adoption, and have several special needs children including one with autism and frequent meltdowns. […]
Self-care and coping skills for foster and adoptive parents.
Guest written by Mendy Shriver of gospelcenteredhealth.com When my daughters finally came home, I relentlessly tried to bond with them. They were ten and eleven years old and I had missed so much of their lives. I was determined to meet their needs and create a healthy attachment between us. In the messiness I became […]