Scoliosis: A Mother’s Story

Contemporary Life Care Planning for the Amputee


other’s Story

“Bringing a child into this world is a far more serious undertaking than many of us realize. It is an honor, a privilege. …When that child isn’t normal, no matter how mild the problem, it opens the gates to a completely different experience. Suddenly, you lose control over many aspects of parenting. It is as if someone simply yanked it all out of your hands and, almost immediately, you begin to find ways to get that control back. You look to the world of the specialist, embarking on an exhausting journey, the scope of which you are too numb and too naïve to imagine.”

Mary Mahony
Mary Mahony

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