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Care in the Home: An Honest Perspective

While care in the home is extremely valuable, it does not come without challenges...

Sharing Concerns

Friends, relatives, or caregivers may have concerns about a child’s development, but are unsure of how to raise the issue...

When They Notice that They are Different

The comments made by this little girl brought up a whole new set of issues...

Welcome to Beirut

A new take on the well-known 'Welcome to Holland', this piece gives an entirely different perspective...

Trapped by Time

It’s not his fault. It’s not mine. It just is...

Mothering Burnout: What is it and What you can do.

Just like any other job, mothering too can lead to burnout. Here are some tips on surviving and thriving...

“Merry Christmas, Daddy!” An Imagined Conversation with My Son

This time of year is particularly rough...

ADHD: How to survive with a wild child

Anna Selleck’s personal survival guide for challenging children...

Grandparents

Your parents were probably some of the first people you turned to for support when you realised your child had problems...

Helping Parents Cope With A High-Risk Birth: Terror, Grief, Impotence and Anger

Life has changed; some things for the worse and some things for the better...

Tania Clarence: Is it Okay to say you are not Coping?

Unrealistic expectations are often placed on parents of special needs children...

When you can’t Cope Any More.

The ideas in this article are not just theories - they have been learnt the hard way...

Happy Mothers Day: Mothers Lie

Sometimes mothers forget how important they are...

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