February 16, 2007, Newsletter Issue #118: Overcome Your Own Fears

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Having a child who is disabled in a physical or mental way can be very difficult and challenging to deal with. You may find that your own fears and beliefs hinder your relationship with your child or affect their belief in their abilities. It is important that you find ways to deal with the fears or limiting beliefs that you carry around. This may mean therapy, or, at least, more effort from you to identify ways that your fears / beliefs come out and working on modifying your behaviour.

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