There is a light at the end of the tunnel for special needs parents. In a society that can be judgmental and unforgiving, those who have children with disabilities face an uphill battle every day. Their lives are full of struggles as they attempt to find...
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to how to fit self care into a busy schedule as a special needs parent, but there are some tips you can follow to make it easier. First, set realistic goals for yourself and make sure you are taking time for yourself every day. Second, find ways to involve your children in your self care activities so they learn how to balance themselves and their own needs.
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Daisy V was born in Germany but grew up all around the world and she now lives in Orlando with her husband, 2 step children and 2 fur babies. Her son has a degenerative disease called MPS VI and this has driven her to learn about health, nutrigenomics and biohacking to be able to help his life quality, but also our families. Daisy V now works with moms who have one or more special needs kids at home and who are ready to take their health, energy and control back in their lives.
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Daisy is a born German but has lived in many different countries and cultures around the world. As a child, she left Germany to Kenya, then to Thailand, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and most recently Jamaica. Now she resides with her husband, 2 kids, and 2 fur babies in Orlando, Florida. She cares for her 19-year-old stepson and is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, working with moms who also have special needs kids at home, utilizing mind and biohacking techniques to activate themselves to their fullest potential, so they can be happier and care better for their families.