Stress Relief for parents with Sp. Needs kids.

You might know Julie Morrison as a mom and World wide famous nutritionist, who now trains health professionals in how to to guide their clients/ patients towards the right nutritional choices. Many of whom have challenging special needs, like ASD, ADHD, and skitzophrenia. I mention her a bit on my sensory solutions 1 blog.

      But, you probably don’t know she has atleast 1, at times,  challenging, adopted child. And she knows a strategy called EFT that helps with these issues. Which is one of the techniques she teaches in her book for parents needing help with keeping their sanity and cool, when dealing with the stress coming from different children.    Her book is over half off right now in Kindle format and only  1.99$ for the next couple days. If you have Kindle unlimited and Prime. The book is no extra. And the Kindle unlimited program has a FREE 30 day trail option,  you could take advantage of. I haven’t read it yet, but, she is one of the people who train me in food education. And I’ve read a different book of hers which is very good. Remember, Kindle reader apps are free on Amazon for nearly all electrical devices. tablets, I touches, iPads, etc. It’s called, “Stress Relief for Struggling Parents”.  And on certain devices if your dyslexic and need it, this book is enabled for for text to speech if your sensory issues don’t interfere with that. For no extra charge.

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