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by Elizabeth Griffin

eBook Fragile X Fragile Hope: Finding Joy In Parenting A Child with Special Needs download ISBN: 1932096167
Author: Elizabeth Griffin
Publisher: Emerald Books (November 1, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 112
ePub: 1372 kb
Fb2: 1597 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Evolution

I have one son with Fragile X and am a single parent, this book was very encouraging. One person found this helpful. 2 people found this helpful.

Fragile X, Fragile Hope book. There is a deep sense of love and joy that I've found in parenting a special needs child that I never expected, and that I am grateful to have in my life. Fragile X, Fragile Hope helps all of us grapple with our faith in the midst of adversity.

Elizabeth Griffin's stunning, honest book shows how parents can move from profound grief to embracing parenting a special needs child. Elizabeth's son Zack is a Fragile X child with autistic tendencies.

Parenting a child or adult with special needs can be daunting. This book tells the beginning of our story. I felt the same when Zack was diagnosed with fragile X syndrome and autism. Join us as we journey together on this unexpected path. It chronicles the first seven years of Zack’s life-from my first concerns that he was different to finding a diagnosis, to coming to a place of peace. To my surprise, I’ve found great joy in being Zack’s parent. But there is hope, and there are many people ready to walk this road with you. I am one of them.

Elizabeth Griffin's son Zack has fragile X syndrome-the most common known cause of inherited mental impairment-and is among the 20 percent of people with fragile X who have autism. Whether you are a parent of a child with special needs or you struggle with unresolved grief, chronic stress, or depression, "Fragile X, Fragile Hope" shows without a doubt that you can survive, and more than survive, you can find your way back to a joy-filled life.

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She is also a wife and mother  . I started it because some readers of my book Fragile X, Fragile Hope: Finding Joy in Parenting a Child with Special Needs wanted me to write a follow-up book

She is also a wife and mother  . I started it because some readers of my book Fragile X, Fragile Hope: Finding Joy in Parenting a Child with Special Needs wanted me to write a follow-up book. Instead of doing that, I thought I might reach more people with a blog.

book by Elizabeth Griffin. Elizabeth Griffin's son Zack has fragile X syndrome - the most common known cause of inherited mental impairment - and is among the 20 percent of people with fragile X who have autism. Whether you are a parent of a child with special needs or you struggle with unresolved grief, chronic stress, or depression, Fragile X, Fragile Hope shows without a doubt that you can survive, and more than survive, you can find your way back to a joy-filled life.

Elizabeth Griffin's honest book shows how parents can move from profound grief to embracing parenting a special needs child. Her son Zack is a Fragile X child with autistic tendencies. Fragile X is the most common known cause of inherited mental retardation and the most common known cause of autism. Pages: 112 (paperback).

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Elizabeth Griffin's son Zack has fragile X syndrome-the most common known cause of inherited mental impairment-and is among the 20 percent of people with fragile X who have autism. Whether you are a parent of a child with special needs or you struggle with unresolved grief, chronic stress, or depression, "Fragile X, Fragile Hope" shows without a doubt that you can survive, and more than survive, you can find your way back to a joy-filled life.
Comments: (7)
Arthunter
What a joyful, tearful book. Thank you, Elizabeth, for writing the story of life with your dear son, Zach. You have done an extraordinary job nurturing (and portraying) your son. This book is a must-read for any parent in need of more than fragile hope.
Oghmaghma
Elizabeth has written from her soul and explains her struggle to understand another of life's mysteries: how to raise an amazing child who is born 'different' but becomes an inspiration to all who meet him.
Fecage
I have one son with Fragile X and am a single parent, this book was very encouraging. I read and then passed it onto my Mom. I am always looking for new information to help my son and myself as we forge through the battle of life with Fragile X. Thank you for taking the time to write your story!
DEAD-SHOT
Great read
X-MEN
Fantastic for anyone working with people that have fragile x or their parents. A MUST READ!
Anaragelv
I love this book. I don't have a special needs child, but I know Elizabeth so I decided to read it. I read it in a night or two, and I've picked it up and read it again from time to time. She puts into words the emotions we all face when trials come, and the quotes in each chapter are meaningful.
Elizabeth shares how "every day held a hundred losses to mourn" in those early years of seemingly endless stress, fear, tears and anxiety... , but now she is a walking testimony, like a Helen Keller quote in her book: "Face your deficiencies and acknowledge them; but do not let them master you. Let them teach you patience, sweetness, insight. When we do the best we can, we never know what miracle is wrought in our life, or in the life of another."
This book is a lovely gift for anyone walking thru the trials of difficult parenting situations; they will know they are not alone or unusual, and also see that there is hope.
Gnng
First off, I'm a bit biased as Elizabeth is my sister-in-law and Zack is my nephew. But even so, I was wasn't expecting to relate much with Elizabeth except in terms of family history and common experiences. I found however that my wife and I had shared many of the same frustrations, worries and anxieties with our own three kids, albeit on a much smaller scale. My point is that I think all parents and even would-be parents would get something out of this book. They will relate to much of Elizabeth's story and at the same time will gain valuable perspective on special-needs families. I'd also say this book is a must for any child care professional. Finally, it's a great read! Elizabeth has a very rich, dynamic and engaging writing style that draws you in. I could barely put it down and finished it in two sittings. Get a copy for yourself and one for a freind!
What an amazing read. Thank you Elizabeth for sharing your amazing story. There is hope! My heart ached for your frustration but was filled with Joy! I love seeing Zack every day at school. His smile is contagious, he's so loving and very smart.