It’s not about the size, shape, or components of your famil(ies). It’s not the structure of the family, but the functioning and strength of its bonds.
I don’t claim to have any answers, but I do have experiences and hope, and so can you.
The cost of caring for others is high, even when you love what you do. Here are some ideas about how to care for yourself.
People often think of disabled people in terms of what they lack, but here are a few remarkable gifts that we have.
We can, and should, all do something to add light to the world. What will your contribution be?
In a time when it can be uncomfortable to say you’re not joyous, I want to say that I hear you. I see you. I value you. I’m with you.
To go through life well, you’re going to need people to struggle, triumph, laugh, cry, travel, sit, and grow with.