Since 2008 I have worked hard to create an environment at the “Raising Socially Anxious Children Blog” where families can find resources, learn from our struggles, open up the dialogue about mental health and become a global village of support. I have sourced out articles in the hopes that it would be of interest to you – the readers.
I have heard from many of you that the content has helped in some way. Whether it was solace in our experiences, an opportunity to discover a new therapy or a quote/affirmation that resonates and gives the reader a sense of peace it has always been my hope that in some way all families can move forward and thrive. After all, my motto has always been “dare to dream and believe in wishes”.
There comes a time in ones journey when in order to move forward and continue to grow and progress you must leave the past behind. That doesn’t mean that you forget about it or disregard all that you have achieved. In fact, it is all about embracing it and giving ones experiences credit where credit is due. I have learned so much along the way and I am grateful for every moment – both good and bad. Our family still struggles with things both large and small, however I feel that for us to truly move forward we have to let go of some of the past.
That doesn’t mean that the Raising Socially Anxious Children Blog is going away. No, in fact it is just blended with “Talk, Breathe, Live”. Over the coming months we will expand this site to include resources, focusing on and embracing the moments of success and continually bringing to the forefront all those positive moments.
Thank you for your feedback, for sharing a piece of your own lives with us, and for your dedication to your children who are the true inspirations for all that we do.
We are glad that you joined us here at “Talk, Breathe, Live”. We wish you every continued success as you move forward – one day at a time, one moment at a time, one breathe at a time.
“When our children sense our respect for their ability to lead the way this empowers them beyond measure.” Dr. Shefali Tsabary