How do you deal with real feelings for your disabled child?
No one really talks about the anger and the frustration and pain that you experience when caring for a disabled child, why are we so shy to admit these feelings openly?
First, if you dont like them dont show it! Because the more you show them love and as long as they feel like they fit in then they are pretty normal!
Second, this should answer your question...really it is just something we learned from school...do you remember when you (or a friend) would like a dude and he was just nice and didnt really have any good looks well that applys to this in a way, because you are shy to admit it because you are secretly afraid of what others will think but, you can let that go and be an open person...just by showing it in every way! if this doesnt answer your question tell me! thank you hope it helps!
The real feelings are the ones where you wish your child was different and things weren't the way they were, when you get angry at them for things they have no control over, when your heart aches to see them in pain or unable to join in.
I adore my son and he is a wonderful child....just don't like the way all the difficult stuff hinders our fun of day to day life.
Yep Babii3lm0 it is alot to do with what others think of us... a downfall of many of us. But it's also to do with being in a place I never dreamed of being in.
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