"I believe that ADHD kids are here to change things. To shift old-fashioned parenting and schooling systems. They are here to heal us and make us see that we have been given this child for a reasonRead More
Life with kids is always up and down, but this increases when you have a different type of child. A few years ago I was lost in a world of darkness and despair, and I'd become a victim of my circumstances. The day I stopped putting the power over to everyone else and accepted that I was the only person that could change this, was the day our lives changed for the better.Read More
I have lived through a lens of fear for most of my life. I think even as a child I often lived through a lens of fear, and this ultimately shaped who I became; until now. It's hard sometimes to see life through a lens of love when there is so much fear around. We hear about fearful things all the time on the news, on the radio and all around us. We can be afraid of letting our children out of our site; we can be consumed with fear about our children's future and their health and well-being. Over the last few months, I've come to learn that no one can be truly happy when they are living a life in fear.Read More
Wow, it’s been a while since I sent out a blog, times flies when you're having fun and being a mum to an ADHD child is never dull that's for sure! If you follow me on social media, you'll have seen that things are getting very exciting at the Susy Parker camp! If you’ve missed any of that, I thought I would send you an update to let you know that I'm working on a FREE Ebook for parents.Read More
It was Mothers day; the sun was shining, the kids seemed happy so we decided that after breakfast, the whole family (eight of us if you include our three dogs) would head to the park.
After an enjoyable hour of simple stuff like throwing balls with the dogs, watching the kids play and of course the obligatory 'selfies' to capture the moment and share it with the world; we wandered home.
It's funny that most of us now struggle to just be in the moment. We feel like we need to capture it on an iPhone, hashtag the hell of out of it and then share it on 'social media' (I do this too by the way).