Love Positive Thinking when living, loving and laughing together. We sure need it!
Today’s tip is a great one, isn’t it? It can be easy to focus on the negative and forget the small or big successes that do happen.
What does the Looking After Each Other project have to say?
The public understands that people with FASD have challenges. A continual focus on this creates a belief that these challenges are the main attributes of people with FASD.
I get this. We want people to hear us, how difficult it is to parent a child with FASD, but what will that accomplish? If we want to stop the stigma. I can’t really speak for the maiden, or the FASD community, I am only one mom who writes about her experience, and I’m no means an expert, but I hear we have to share the good stories. Focus on the positive. Accept was is, plan and move on.
Speakng of moving on, today’s…
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