Tuesday, June 29, 2010

RADtastic lunch

Yesterday before work I asked Taz to fix my lunch because I was running out of time. This morning I came out from getting ready and he said "Mom I fixed your lunch. It is on the counter." Then he took off on his bike. I tooka peek inside to see what I had and found a note "Mom, I love you. I hope you have a good day."

NEVER NEVER NEVER QUIT!  Healing from RAD is possible. It doesn't just happen from good parenting. It happens through education, training and then implementing those things into your child's life.  These are kids who suffered sever trauma. Prayer changes things. God will guide you into finding the right thing for your child and He will guide you in changes you need to make to stay healthy yourself.

Have a healing day!

9 comments:

Kerrie said...

That is really, really great! Thanks for sharing that.

Little Wonder said...

Woooo-Hooooooooo!!!

Tara - SanitySrchr said...

That just melts my heart!

Tammy said...

I don't think there is any greater joy than to see a RADish heal.

Enjoy!!

♥Shally said...

You have no idea how much I needed that tonight. My son has recently been diagnosed and I swear I have cried everyday for the last 3 weeks. I am so scared for him and for all he has to go through.

He is almost eight, and it has taken us over 3 years to find a diagnosis that fits. I am so glad there is hope.

Thank you.

Rachel said...

That is awesome.... the little things are the big things in life and they are what keep us moving along even when its followed by a hurricane i guess

Integrity Singer said...

wow. that gave me chills.

one day Sissy will accomplish this kind of love. one day, one day ...

peggysue said...

Congratulations! That's wonderful!

The Hanson Hat Trick said...

This is the exact message I needed to hear tonight. Thank God for random Google searches and other mothers who deal with RAD on a daily basis. Clearly I will need to bookmark your blog and visit often. A daily dose of HOPE would be a great gift in the midst of all the chaos.
Thank you!