A New Beginning: Anger

Once your child has been evaluated and a diagnosis made, its not uncommon for parents to feel a wide range of emotions.  They may feel relief that there is something wrong with their child and not their parenting skills.  They may feel anger toward the examiner for finding something wrong with their child.  They may feel anger at their child for not meeting their own expectations.  They may feel anger toward the school for not identifying the problems earlier.  They may feel anger toward God for allowing this. The list goes on.  Anger is part of the grieving process.  Its o.k. to be angry but your actions should ALWAYS reflect encouragement and love toward your child.  Each child is designed by God for His plan.  Ask Him to help you come to terms with your child’s weaknesses.  Then move forward helping your child understand his own uniqueness and finding ways to use your child’s strengths to compensate for his weaknesses.


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