As 2019 draws to an end, I feel very optimistic about the new decade. This is a time now for processing the challenges that the past year have brought us and making peace with the lessons that have been tough ones to travel through. For me personally, I have been given some of the… Continue reading 2019 reflections and predictions for the new decade in PDA land.
Hi guys. I’ve been busy trying to sell my house . I’ve been very stressed and have not been able to think of anything to write here. However, the other day a question was asked along the lines of “What do you say to family members when they say you are being too soft?” It’s… Continue reading A quick rant about being too soft.
In our PDA community, we have a huge emphasis on schooling. Our PDA children, and many new souls are coming in and saying no to the traditional ways of learning. Quite rightly. We are about to embark into a new age of the 5th generation of internet and correct me if I am wrong, 2020… Continue reading Our school and how bloody lucky I feel.
If you have followed me for the past few years, or have read through my blog posts to get a feel for my my views around PDA, you will know that my number one message above all things is that the more tuned and in love with ourselves as parents to PDA children we are,… Continue reading Confirming what Kristy said about strategies, the way I see things.
I am aware that this past year, I have not been able to write anything that has shared a lot of positivity. We have had a dark year and by that I mean, lots of challenges and a very unstable ride of chronic OCD. However, today was such a lovely day, I felt the need… Continue reading You are my favorite day. Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens.
This year has been a massive one for me. I don’t normally reflect on years, but it does feel like I have gone from one huge thing to the next with no gaps. Not only the life of PDA and OCD, but other biggies like an unexpected hospitalization for my husband, preparing for a court… Continue reading Pressing the re set button.
Following on from my explanation about accepting help, I want to delve deeper into my daughters situation of not being able to accept help for her recovery from OCD. As a mother, my only wish in the whole world is that she agree to embark on a plan to break down the control that OCD… Continue reading My girl.