It can be tough to stay positive when raising and working with disabled children because there are so many more challenges involved in your day to day activities and the financial burdens are a lot higher when it comes to disabilities. When you are the parent of a disabled child you have to be extra positive so your child can one day grow up to become a positive little person. Your personality and actions will shape your children’s future and make them feel like they are as special and worthy as any other child. Here are a few top ways for you to stay and be as positive as possible no matter how challenging your days are.
Read works by Karen Salmansohn
Karen Salmansohn is an award winning and best-selling author. She writes articles, books and journals and most of her works consists of self-help tips and tricks on how to stay positive and how to deal with life’s biggest challenges. She has sold over 1 million books and her name and works have been viewed and mentioned on various popular TV shows. Some of her works that you simply must read for great positivity in your home are;
Articles – Kren Salmansohn writes for various blogs and web pages. Her articles are practical, funny and positive. By reading a short article written by her each day you can easily create a positive phase for your own day and be a happier person throughout the day.
Books – Salmansohn has several books that are lined with great humor, a fantastic quotes and great insight that is sure to help you turn any negative line of thinking into a positive way of thinking. Books like ‘The Bounce Back Book’ and ‘How to be Happy, Dammit’ are just what you need to carry you through the difficulties in your life.
Stickies – Salmansohn also has a pile of Quickie Stickies on the market that consists of 100 motivational and funny stickers that you can stick anywhere to help you stay positive and happy throughout the day.
Talk to other parents of disabled children
Speaking with other parents who are also raising disabled children is great for you. It is sometimes good to hear that there are other parents who feel the same way you do and who face the same challenges as you. There are plenty of parent social chat sites where parents of disabled children share their experiences and their advice that you can join for a bit of motivation. Perhaps getting together with some of these other parents would also be terrific for you and your disabled child.
Listen positive music
Music affects your mood, whether you listen directly or not. If you want to implement a general happy and easy going lifestyle in your home then it is time to delete all of those traumatic love songs and replace them with some quick paced feel good songs that will put the spring in your step and the happy on your face throughout the day.…