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Dealing With Worry And Guilt About Your Neurotypical Child

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Worry and Guilt.  I think it's safe to say that every parent feels these emotions often when it comes to raising their children.  However, the worry and guilt I'm talking about in today's episode has to do with our neurotypical children. We feel guilt over the extra care and attention that their sib
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Worry and Guilt.  I think it's safe to say that every parent feels these emotions often when it comes to raising their children.  However, the worry and guilt I'm talking about in today's episode has to do with our neurotypical children. We feel guilt over the extra care and attention that their siblings may need. We wonder if they get just how very much we love them.  We worry that they will feel as if they missed out on special sibling relationships. We feel guilty for having to leave places early. We worry about how they feel when someone calls their sibling "weird".  If you're a parent of a child with special needs, you know exactly what I'm talking about in episode 10.
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