Diary of a mum

I started a parenting course a couple of weeks ago, one that is run by Social Services in my local area and I've found it really interesting. It doesn't take into account any form of disability or mental health issues but I'm sticking with it, as I've made some nice connections there. However, a Social Worker made a statment towards to end of a session last week and It's stuck with me and I've been almost brewing on it. She said that parenting an, "adoptive, tramatised or disabled child is a thankless task." At the time I completly agreed, we'd had a bad challenging day at home and then I slept and woke-up and I got annoyed almost. My birth son well I get thanked every day, just seeing his l

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