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  1. Kristi Campbell - findingninee

    Yes. It’s SO SO hard to take care of ourselves while trying to do the best for our kids. I’ve maybe possibly gotten better at it but also stay up until like 2am every day (my son is hard to get to go to sleep) so… well, working on it and thank you for this lovely reminder!!

  2. […] Recharging and reaching out is a small step towards feeling better and not feeling so alone. I had an epiphany while writing this post: 25 Ways for Special Needs Parents to Recharge and Reach Out. In the world of special needs parents not caring for themselves, I hit rock bottom. I am determined to change that and I hope you will join me! […]

  3. […] Recharging and reaching out is a small step towards feeling better and not feeling so alone. I had an epiphany while writing this post: 25 Ways for Special Needs Parents to Recharge and Reach Out. In the world of special needs parents not caring for themselves, I hit rock bottom. I am determined to change that and I hope you will join me! […]

  4. This is a great post! As a special needs mom it is hard to take care of ourselves but very important. I have found blogging (to write things down and get it out) has helped a ton! It’s very therapeutic. Thanks for sharing this, and blessings to you mama!

  5. I liked this article and how you included the section for “not having a babysitter” thank you, they are good reminders. My son has Aspergers and there are days when I feel very alone. I’m also going solo after a recent divorce… But I have really been trying to rely on God and articles like this really help, just knowing I’m not alone in this.

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