Are you parenting a child who has experienced trauma?
Are you parenting a child who has a capital letter syndrome — such as ADD, ADHD, FAS, SPD, or Autism Spectrum Disorder — or another special need? If so, then this is for you!
Maybe you (like me) have read a stack of parenting books and nothing is working.
When it comes to parenting kids who have had trauma, I struggle with imposter syndrome.
I often ask myself, “How can I help other parents when I couldn’t do it perfectly or even well myself sometimes?”
We must let go of the myth that perfect parents exist. They don’t. And raising kids who have had trauma means a huge learning curve for us parents — especially if we have parented our bio children okayish with great results.
I'd love to send you a resource to help!
This book is a treasure trove of knowledge I wish I had before our adoptions years ago. I especially love how scripture is intertwined so beautifully. I know this will be a welcomed breath of fresh air to parents in the trenches of long hard days.
I’m the mother of seven, four through adoption, former National Parent of the Year, author, teacher, and speaker. But more important than any of those things, I’m a parent just like you. I know what it’s like to raise kiddos who have experienced trauma and/or have a capital letter syndrome. I used to feel as if I was the only one struggling and because I felt that way, I isolated myself. I don’t want you to feel alone in your parenting journey. I'd love to come alongside you and help you have more peace in your home!
Free Chapter- Why Traditional Parenting Doesn't Work (And What Does Work)
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