LOS ANGELES, Calif., March 15, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Launch Pad Publishing is releasing the first book in a new self-care series and it’s the answer to caring for a child with high needs in our “sacrificial mom” culture. The author’s own experience parenting a daughter with Turner Syndrome, a rare genetic condition that can cause many health issues, inspired the book’s insightful, relatable advice.
“Everyday Self-Care and Your High Needs Child” follows author Natalie Brobin’s journey from confused young mother of a newborn with a heart condition to busy Turner Syndrome advocate trying to balance three kids, medical issues and her own life. The stress, coupled with the suicide of her best friend, eventually led Brobin to have a nervous breakdown, which started her on the path to recovery, discovery and everyday self-care.
Brobin’s book is broken into small parts, each chapter focusing on a basic self-care principle and designed to be read in about 20 minutes. Brobin, who is a certified yoga instructor, walks readers through self-care staples like breathwork and meditation and also provides practical tips about movement, sleep, nutrition and getting professional help. In addition, the book features advice from other parents and medical professionals.
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