TRIGGER WARNING: In this episode, my guest and I discuss suicide ideation. If you need to pause or stop listening to this episode, please honour that. Thank you.
HELL YEAR!! That is what this episode's guest, Rach Wilson, coined a particularly challenging year in her life. Having four children, her two youngest are both autistic and both of them are non verbal. With the autism came some health challenges for her son and to ease his pain, either Rach or her husband would drive him around and most days, they watched the sun rise. In addition to being sleep deprived from driving around all night, her youngest daughter became rageful and would attempt to self harm.
As a Master Practitioner – Neuro Linguistic Programming, Hypnosis and Subconscious Re-Patterning, Results Coaching & Life Coaching Certified, FLOW & Manifesting Coaching, Mentor in Intuition & Business Development, Emotion Mastery Teacher and many many more certifications and degrees, Rach decided to take all her knowledge and teach families a survival guide for couples with neurodiverse kids!
I invite you to join our conversation as Rach Wilson and I discuss:
Share how YOU overcame a situation
It's OK to be Imperfectby Bianca Hughes, LPC
Under a Looking Glass: What's the Truth about Autism and Marriage?
Homeopathic Medicine for Autism in Child
Making Time to Really Listen to Your Patients
Everyday Stress Can Shut Down the Brain’s Chief Command Center
Parent Education for Autism and Spirited Kids, California & Online
Where can you find Rach Wilson?
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