My voice, my views, but my son’s journey. When the wind blew bipolar our way. (Repost)

Tonight, I will be sharing a small chapter of my oldest son's journey of life in his teenage years and becoming diagnosed with bipolar disorder. This article is through my views and facts as I know them. It is my voice of experience as his mom, caregiver, and advocate. It all began during the middle... Continue Reading →

Be the voice they don’t have.

Parenting in my world is similar to that of some, but also very different from most. Raising multiple children with very different special health care challenges is a challenge within itself. My world is very small and select. Meaning that I only feel comfortable and free when I'm within certain environments, with select people. I... Continue Reading →

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