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Jul 22, 2014

Meditation can help special-needs parents

wildmind meditation newsDenise Dador, ABC7.com: A first-of-its kind study focuses on the parents of kids with special-needs. The thought of providing life-long care to a child brings on many stresses from financial to emotional.

Now researchers say having a stress relief tool at your disposal may give all parents the grounding they need.

Getting centered is one of Marianne Kehler’s strengths. At age two, her 18-year-old son Liam was diagnosed with a severe form of autism. For years, she needed to protect Liam from himself.

“Many households of individuals with autism can be like a warzone,” Marianne said. “He would self-injure. As a consequence, others …

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