Child loss is one of the most difficult things I have ever had to carry with me. Although when I reflect I also know that watching my child suffer was THE most difficult thing.
If you do find these extra few hours in your week or month, shouldn’t you be using them to spend more quality time with your family? The answer is no.
Caregiver burnout is something many parents of children with special or additional needs face every day. Let's talk: what causes it & how to prevent it.
Anticipatory grief: "A feeling of grief occurring before an impending loss." The grief process I wanted to describe started just after Matthew was born.
Money was causing massive stress. I thought if I could get more, I'd fix so many problems as the mum of a medically complex child. So I looked for answers
My name is Abigail Burton. This is my take on coping with grief. In March (2019) my husband and I lost our middle son, Matthew Noah Michael Burton. He was just 5 years and 11 days old. Matthew was born with a complex medical condition. Which included things like chronic lung disease, hypotonia, and club … Continue reading A day at a time – Coping with grief