Parenting a Disabled Child: Engaging Your Difficult Emotions
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When a family cares for a disabled child their lives change in countless ways. Often times the path is both isolating and intensely demanding. It is no wonder that a wide variety of emotions—including anger, grief, denial, shock, guilt, and sorrow—appear and reappear along the way. In this session, we will explore ways that we can express and engage our emotions that lead us to the Lord’s comfort and understanding, provide encouragement to love well when the cost is so high, and identify practical ways the church can encourage these families.