Last week I wrote, My Learning Curve: Burned Out Yet? After I posted my thoughts about avoiding Burn-out while parenting newly adopted children, or children from the “hard places”, I thought of all of the good advice my readers offer and decided to toss the issue out as our Tuesday Topic.
How do you avoid Burn-out?
The post struck a cord with many of you and I got multiple emails and comments. Three of you sent comments for this post…in the midst of a busy time of year. Thank you so much. This is what you all had to say:
Thank you for sharing your great thoughts. Sophie, I haven’t “met” you before, so thanks for jumping in. Lisa and Julie, I always love what you have to say.
I got an email this week with a great new Tuesday Topic that I will probably post later tonight or early tomorrow. My computer time is limited!
Take care of yourselves. Seek help from friends, family, and professionals, and make use of good resources. As always, I cannot recommend the Karyn Purvis lectures highly enough. They are FREE and you can watch them when your children are sleeping.
And if you haven’t read Karyn Purvis’ book,The Connected Child: Bring hope and healing to your adoptive family, I believe it to be essential reading for adoptive parents. This book gave me tools and the videos gave me hope. They are worth your time.
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