If there's anything the 32 parent-writers and 25 experts of Easy to Love but Hard to Raise know, it's this:
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
We've been there. We've done that. We've navigated the system. Some of us succeeded, some failed. We've been judged by friends, teachers, family, and strangers. We've gotten the phone calls and the looks. We've done things we never thought we'd do, good and bad. We've been up nights, cried in our pillows, and screamed in frustration We've doubted ourselves, our children, and our partners. We've had to educate everyone, including our children's doctors. We are parents of children with alphabet soup diagnoses, invisible special needs, behavioral problems. Our children are easy to love, but oh, so hard to raise.
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Praise for Easy to Love but Hard to Raise:
“Parents of extraordinary kids are extraordinarily busy—but they should all make time for this fantastic book.”
“Oh wow...just finished forward & introduction of Easy to Love but Hard to Raise...I feel like someone is in my head & heart! This is my story.”
“What an outstanding book! I'd have to say it's one of the best I've read on the topic—I literally could not put it down.”
"My son, Casey, and I both devoured Easy to Love. This book is a must-read for parents who need to know they are not alone, that imperfection should be celebrated, and there are practical tools to help their children be successful."
"LOVE this book. Practical, honest, true-to-life--to MY life. Fellow parents of challenging kids: read it and be encouraged. Teachers, therapists, clinicians, extended family members--anyone 'outside' the world of disabilities: read it and be understanding. This book gives everyone a chance to change their perspective."