Strengthening Your Parenting Partnership During Pediatric Illness

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Raising a child with significant special or medical needs is challenging. Have you stopped to think about how that challenge is effecting your relationship with your spouse or partner? Maintaining a healthy relationship is difficult under normal circumstances, but when you add the stress of hospital stays, illness, therapies and disability… it’s rough!

This guidebook from Courageous Parent Network can help you figure out the stress points in your marriage while also defining a plan to keep the relationship whole. I know… just one more thing to read and one more thing to think about! But this is important!

If you don’t feel like reading, check out their video library with short interviews with other couples. It’s eye opening!

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