The Painful Truths About Invisible Childhood Illnesses

Another excellent blog on a subject which will at sometime have an effect on each of us. This may be a family member, the child of a friend, someone in our place of worship, or schooling.
The idea of Prayer mentioned by Elihu, is very important, and will be a help to the families involved, if they know we are praying or not.

Elihu's Corner

This is part 5 of the series “Invisible Illnesses.” To read the previous post, click here.

shoutingParenting is tough.

It’ll chew you up and spit you back out. It’ll wring your heart out until it’s dry. It taxes the mind, burdens the heart, and dominates your prayers—all while demanding constant creativity. You become a strategist, investigator, and commander, as well as a comforter, counselor, and coach. You must be fair, patient, willing to be inconvenienced, diligent in training, and protective of your child’s innocence.

Every decision has major consequences—from how you give birth to how you choose to educate. To survive, you develop a thick skin against both tears and tantrums while bearing up under the scathing criticism of everyone—from your own family to the irritable lady at the grocery store.

Are you ready for the hardest part of this gig?

These kids have free will.

You could do everything “right” and they might still…

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About gmgoetz

I am on the journey of life, attempting to follow the teachings of Jesus, live in His Love, and share His Love however He leads, and to whomever He leads.
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