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Saturday, 24 January 2015
Now Playing: She Has Children Of Her Own Now.

     My daughter is grown now, and has her own children. By the grace of God she no longer suffers the same disabilities that she had when she was younger. It took a lot of praying, deep breathing, specialist, training, and will power on her part to overcome her situation. She is even popular now. It was a long haul uphill, but it was worth every minute. I look back and remember the times I just sat and cried for my daughter when she was in distress, and I remember the times she achieved a small goal with a big beautiful smile bouncing with pleasure. I lived away from my family. I only had my church family, and friends, for support. I did not have extended or anonymous support that could have help to relieve some of my stress or guilt that I had once in a while. I am glad that now days there are a number of people and places that you can turn to for guidance, or simply just for someone to talk to, just by searching the internet for challenged children. You may even find support groups in some areas. I am only one person, but I care. If you want to share your small story please feel free to leave a comment in the comment box below. Thank you for taking the time to read our little story. Good luck.

Posted by vsullinger at 4:40 PM CST
Updated: Saturday, 24 January 2015 6:19 PM CST
Sunday, 11 July 2010
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Sometimes it is hard to know just what to do in difficult situations.

 Sometimes all we need is to know that someone cares, and may

 possibly understand. Sometimes we just need to let it our feelings out.

 It doesn't matter if it's been a hard day with hard to handle situations,

or if it's been a good day with those small achievements that seem so

big we all just need to let go sometime

and share whats swelling inside.

Please feel free to leave your comments,

 or share your personal story about your own situation.

All I ask is that you be respectful,  and not judgemental.

I want people to share my quiet place

with no worries of others judging them.

Who knows, you may be able to make a difference

with your positive suggestions.

I look forward to sharing with you in the future. Take care.

Posted by vsullinger at 1:14 PM CDT
Updated: Saturday, 24 January 2015 6:21 PM CST

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