Welcome To Families Blossoming

 

Welcome to Families Blossoming
A place where you will be understood, supported, informed and challenged and a place where you can share, cry, vent and laugh. Most importantly, it is a place where you can – and will – grow, if you are open to it.

Does any of the following sound familiar?:

Your baby has endured and survived more in their short life than few people would ever experience in their whole lifetime?

Are those around you, (i.e. your family, friends or work colleagues) unable to grasp or understand the emotional and practical challenges you have had to face or are facing right now?

Do you feel overwhelmed and/or dare I say guilty that your child was born early and/or sick?

Do you feel lonely, angry and a bit ill-equipped in raising your child who has special needs?

Are your relationships (i.e. marital, with other children, if any, etc) struggling as you care for your ill child?

Most importantly, do you want to move forward but feel stuck?

If only one of these rings true for you, then Families Blossoming is for you! As the mother of an amazing son born at 24 weeks who also just happens to be visually impaired, I understand many of your thoughts, feelings and fears, which is why I created Families Blossoming – coaching specifically for parents of children born premature and/or sick and parents of children with special needs.

You are pretty special & unique people who have experienced extra-ordinary challenges as parents and as individuals – challenges that many people can’t even begin to fathom. I want to help you go beyond where you are now and reach a point of clarity, direction and optimism for your life!

If you are ready, so am I. Don’t hesitate, contact me today!

2 Responses

  1. My daughter is 22 months now and was born at 27 weeks gestation. We are still overcoming some hurdles, but hanging in there because we are blessed to have her. She is hearing impaired, has oxygen to sleep and an apnea monitor. Sometimes I just need to talk to parents who understand where I have been and what life with a premature child can be like. Thank you for this opportunity to share.
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  2. My daughter is 22 months now and was born at 27 weeks gestation. We are still overcoming some hurdles, but hanging in there because we are blessed to have her. She is hearing impaired, has oxygen to sleep and an apnea monitor. Sometimes I just need to talk to parents who understand where I have been and what life with a premature child can be like. Thank you for this opportunity to share.

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