By Mary Latini It happens to all of us. It could be a tragic event or a sudden onset of an illness or even a chronic disease that steals our ability to function. Most of us try to find our own remedy and do what we know. Sometimes there’s no choice. We are left puttingContinue reading “In the Hands of Strangers”
The reality of caring for a medically fragile loved one. By Mary Latini It could happen to anyone. One day we are moving along in life with our biggest care in life being what to barbecue and who to invite. Then, in a snap, an accident, or a debilitating illness occurs and our life becomesContinue reading “Life in the Trenches”
By Mary Latini The first time I heard someone suggest putting my son in a home, I could not bear it. It was unthinkable. It came from a family member who was a seasoned social worker. She knew what was ahead. I guess I was naive. Kevin at the time was 5 years old. TakingContinue reading “Home for the hopeless🌷”
By Mary Latini The very first thought on every parent’s mind when their child is diagnosed with autism is that somehow we are going to defeat this. It does not matter what type of crap anyone feeds you, you are inclined to believe it. My (now x) husband with his degree in psychology and steadyContinue reading “Welcome to Hell Land”
I am first and foremost a mom. I am both a teacher and a humble student of life. I happen to use teaching piano as a vehicle for expressing my love of sharing spiritual insights. I am grateful for this journey. My sons have been my greatest joy and my greatest teachers!