Erica Sandwall

I am a forty-something single disabled mom to 1 disabled son living in West Virginia. I started my blog in 2012 to give me something to do besides taking caring of my son. I write about my life as a single disabled mom, the hardship of having a disability, book & product
reviews, raise awareness of diseases not are not talk about, and anything that comes to my mind.

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Are You Setting the Right Goals for Yourself?

There is a lot more to goal setting than just picking a goal and moving forward. While that is important, it’s also important to ensure that you are setting the right goals at the right time so that you can truly be successful. In order to ensure that you are setting the right goals for […] Read more…

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3 Law of Attraction Exercises to Really Get What You Want

If you have heard of the movie, The Secret, you have heard of the Law of Attraction, as well. The Law of Attraction is not something that simple comes your way; you have to put a little effort into, as well. There are techniques that you can use in order to make the Law of […] Read more…

Money Stress Is Real, But What Causes It?

As ever, shining a light on the real aspects of mental health that affect so many of us is an important task. Particularly with this one. Money is something that we all have to deal with, and something that we don’t all have the best handle over. It can cause stress and anxiety that we […] Read more…

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Learning to Trust Your Emotions

We all are born with a certain amount of intuition. The problem is, from a very young age we are often told to ignore our feelings or that our feelings are just wrong. Much like force-feeding an infant can cause the child to start ignoring their natural hunger control mechanism, it’s the same with emotions. […] Read more…

4 Thinking Errors Defiant Children use against their Parents

We have all fallen victim to erroneous thinking. Sometimes we use it on purpose to make ourselves feel better about making a bad choice. Well, defiant children know how to use them to. However, if their errors in thinking are not challenged, they hold onto them and this can be detrimental later in life. The […] Read more…

5 Ways To Prevent Hearing Loss

1 in 6 Americans experience hearing loss, often later on in life as a result of not protecting those ears. Hearing loss can greatly affect daily life making social interaction harder and damaging relationships as communication becomes more difficult. A lot of factors can damage are hearing. Here are some the main ways that you […] Read more…

How to Plan a Holiday With a Disability

A disability might prevent you from enjoying many things in life, but it’s important not to let it ruin your curiosity or ability to travel around. Planning any sort of holiday can be difficult and stressful especially if you have to cope with some form of disability. You’ll need to pay attention to accessibility, the […] Read more…

7 Parenting Strategies for Dealing with Defiant Children

Parenting is not for the faint of heart, especially if you have stubborn or defiant children. You need to be prepared and more determined than your children are in order to help them get through the issues that arise. Having a game plan in place is crucial for your success and theirs. Consider incorporating these […] Read more…

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