Author Hannah Alexander & Her Latest Book & Her Latest Struggle — 2 Comments

  1. Margie, thank you for that advice! What a tragedy you’ve lived through. Thank you for sharing what you’ve learned to help others.
    Mom is on hospice care now, and she’s living with us. I found her sleeping on the floor this morning because she couldn’t get back up on her bed. At least I do know what to do for that–put the mattress and box springs on the floor.

  2. Cheryl, While I haven’t been in your position in regards to a parent, I have been there with my child. I grew up as timid as a church mouse and was afraid to speak up for most of my life. As I have aged and had more life experiences, I trust God to give me the words when I need them. My son was diagnosed with a catastrophic disease at the age of 13 and, like you, I didn’t know the questions to ask or how to ask them. As Alex’s disease progressed, it affected almost every area of his life…school, toileting, mobility, etc. I quickly learned that if I wasn’t going to advocate for him, no one else was either. God gave me the courage and strength to do what needed to be done on his behalf. I will pray that He will do the same for you.

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