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We all are effected by loss and grief at different times of our lives. Some times the experience is more intense than you have ever experienced and this may be the first time looking for support. Various aspects of life shift or are shattered and you don't have to face this alone. Art is an amazing expression of our experiences. Please feel free to post and share your artwork about Infertility, Loss and Grief.
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This is s wonderful journal that helps to maintain that focus on gratitude. There are so many reasons to be grateful! What’s your reason today?
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Welcome summer!
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How do you have touch in your day?

Touch is used in all sorts of ways in my home. I have one child who is in constant contact with me or my husband... she seeks comfort in that connection. Touch for my son is so much different. Touch is necessary to help him gain attention, to offer grounding energy when he is upset or he stomps or throws his body against things simply for sensory input. As a person who loves hugs and welcomes touch, I understand and enjoy the connection on most days. It’s a shame that we are so afraid to give a simple touch of encouragement or reassurance out of fear of whatever... we needed touch to survive as itty-bitties... we still need it as we grow. Young and old need touch. There are so many ways to give a safe and healthy touch... in the comments, share who did you touch today?

Here’s an article for you... https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/born-love/201003/touching-empathy%3famp

#healthytouch #adhdparenting #parenting
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#ReproductiveHealthParity Expand the conversation... There’s much discussion about abortion and rights to choices... I’m more concerned about the greater issue of Reproductive Health. Women and men suffer with infertility with hit or miss coverage, trauma informed care for OB/GYN and hospitals is spotty, mental health and emotional support for Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders gets a whole month for awareness and those families still feel isolated... Where is the psycho/social support to help through the trauma of an abortion and why is that not mandatory? What about the lack of REAL planned pregnancy education and the real consequences of unprotected sex? How come we all can easily talk about ending a pregnancy yet we blush at how that pregnancy came to fruition? All of these fit within Pro-Choice. Let’s not be one-note in focus when the issue is far greater. Right now, it’s easier to get an abortion than it is a hysterectomy or fertility treatment for folks living with Reproductive Disorders. If we only talk about abortion, we are missing the mark.
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Give me a Yes! Yes! in the comments if your kiddos are hitting a wall with the end of the school year! My children earn a “Kindness Challenge” when they have been actin out, been sneaky, or flat out disrespectful. This is my daughter’s current consequence. I’m feeling I’m struggling as a parent. I’m having to get more creative with consequences, be more compassionate for both my children AND their teachers, and find ways to have infinite patience (this statement just sets me up for failure). At the end of the day, I muster up enough self love to forgive myself for my impatience, my losing my wallet in my own home, and leaving my car headlights on. Parenting is a tough job... no one ever talks about how tough it really is. Seriously, a Yes! Yes! if your are having some similar trials.... please share some creative consequences, The toolkit has gotten light... #adhdparenting #parenting
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Here are some vibrant dandilions for my dandelion lovin’ friends. Enjoy!
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