offspring.lifehacker.comWhat to Do When You Can't Stop Worrying About Your New BabyAlmost all parents worry about the health and safety of their newborn children. In fact, we’re evolutionarily programmed to scan our environments for any potential threat to the little life we are now charged with preserving. You might worry that your child will stop breathing in the night. That a car might leap onto the sidewalk and mow down you and your stroller. Or, even, that you could do something to harm your new baby, like drown her during those awkward newborn sponge baths.
wordtoyourmotherblog.com15 Autism Parenting Tips When You Feel Paralyzed by FearIf you’re a parent of a child with an autism diagnosis it can be easy to get overwhelmed. These 15 Tips for parenting a child on the autism spectrum cover everything from insurance for your child with autism to safety precautions to the different types of therapy available for your autistic child.1