Not the whole weekend, but some of it. If you are not a parent of special needs child, read and be grateful, then share and care.
As always, remember what matters, and that is sharing and caring. The more we understand another person’s struggles, the more easily we know how to help and how to stay on the path that leads to world peace.
Enjoy your free time. Find me-time, friend and family time, quiet time. Indulge in some healthy pleasures, appreciate beauty and as always practice kindness by sharing and caring.
The first: Although built upon evidenced based practices, there is no guarantee my advice is the right advice for you and your family. Experiment, try my tips; if they are not useful to you try another parent adviser. You are the expert on you and your child; the rest of us experts on many different things.
The second: I have dysgraphia, a learning disability that peppers my writing with mis-spelling and punctuation errors. All my books are professionally edited. Not so my blog posts. Although I use all the grammar and spelling checks, mistakes slip by. If they bother you, seek another source of support for life’s less savory moments. Life is too short to let problems you can avoid annoy or stress you.