Parent in Crisis: Finding Peace and Purpose in a Special Needs Home

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$33.99  $31.61
Hijack Publishing Company L.L.C.
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.81 inches | 1.09 pounds

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About the Author
John E. Goralski is an award-winning journalist and photographer, an editor, a publisher, and the father of a special needs child. He resides in Connecticut with his son, Jack.

John began his writing career after the birth of his son, who was diagnosed with autism as a toddler in the early 2000s. Prior to this, he had been working in the insurance industry after graduating from the University of Connecticut in 1991 with a degree in English.

His career shift was necessitated by his son's diagnosis, so that he could earn a living while also having the flexibility to become the primary caregiver for his special needs child. The next two decades would provide an arduous and challenging journey of understanding and learning how to deal with the many levels of crisis, stemming from the many insecurities, social issues, and obstacles that are so prevalent in special needs homes. He overcame the challenges of divorce, poverty, and isolation that pervades the special needs home.

John's unique ability to combine his real-life experience and education with introspective thought-analysis, helps provide a smart and creative road map for living a peaceful and purpose-driven life despite the inevitable emotional hazards that special needs parents face.

Whether you have a special needs family member or are struggling to handle any other difficult life situation, this book will open your eyes to a new way of thinking. Inevitably, you will learn to better navigate your own unique challenges to find a sense of peace and purpose no matter what your situation.