Guest Contribution by Juleigha Blankett Whether it’s explaining current events, dealing with bullies, or even telling them Santa Claus isn’t real, every parent knows that they’re bound to have some tough conversations with their children. However, one subject that’s a little more difficult to prepare for is mental health — especially when it’s about your […]
“He who is not everyday conquering some fear has not learned the secret of life.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Your family needs for you to be strong and healthy and you’re the only one that can make that happen.
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When you are a caregiver, burnout happens and compassion fatigue is real. Giving and giving and giving with not much in return leads to frustration and exhaustion. But let this be an encouragement to you: God sees you!
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Six practical ways that you can give care to children who are living with someone suffering from PTSD.