October 21, 2014

Respite Care for Adopted Children – Part 2 Finding Respite Care

Part 2 - Finding Respite Care

In my article Respite Care for Adopted Children, I stressed the need to have respite set up both for the child and for us as parents. The next step is finding appropriate respite care. This is the biggest problem because not everyone is fit to do healing (or at the very least – place holding) […]

Raising ODD Children Is Interesting, Isn’t It?

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Raising children is interesting isn’t it? Every day, something new comes up so that on the job training is the norm. Now, if you are raising Oppositional Defiant Disorder kiddos, every moment can feel like on the job training as it is very different than raising “typical kids”. And what is more difficult is that […]

Oppositional Defiant Disorder: How to Say No Without Saying No

Children with oppositional defiant disorder are not so good at handling the word no. They hear  “If I’m not in control, bad things happen. When bad things are happening around me, the only way I can survive is by being in control.” For oppositional defiant disorder children being out of control is the worst thing […]

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