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After The Tears - Parents Talk About Raising A Child With A Disability (Cód: 9203911)

; Simons,Robin; SIMONS

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After The Tears - Parents Talk About Raising A Child With A Disability



What parents say when they talk about raising a child with a disability: 'I've heard of this period called 'nothingness, ' and that's exactly how you feel. You can't move, can't think, can't do anything but feel - leaden, like a rock. There's 'nothing' there - but that disability.''We celebrate every victory. Every time Christine learns a new skill or crosses a hurdle we throw a party. She probably doesn't realize what it's for, but it helps us.''The most important thing to remember is that these kids are more normal than they are abnormal. Your child (no matter what kind of handicap he has) is more 'like' other children than unlike them.''In our house you don't ever have a quick dinner and then run to the park. You have a 'long' dinner while we feed Wilson, then we drive to the park, and by that time it's getting late and dark and we don't stay so long.''Christian is trying to learn to ride a bicycle because his brothers can. He has very bad balance and coordination. I really don't think he'll be able to do it. It's painful for me to watch him try. But he needs to do it, so I need to let him.''You don't believe you ever will a the beginning, but you get stronger. You make it.'


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Marca Mariner Books
Cód. Barras 9780156029001
Altura 22.53 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780156029001
Profundidade 0.71 cm
Referência 000055659
Acabamento Brochura
Ano da edição 1987
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 96
Peso 0.11 Kg
Largura 15.09 cm
Autor; Simons,Robin; SIMONS