32 Motivational Quotes to Inspire Special Needs Parents

There are many ups and downs to parenting any child. And, while we’re all “traveling our paths”, we all need a little encouragement toHelp us get through these days.

Every day offers a chance to make a fresh start. to seek out life’s possibilities.

These inspiring quotes will help you find inspiration as your days unfold.

1. Once you accept that your child will be different, not better or worse…just different, that’s the first step ~ unknown

2. It’s not a Race, It’s a Journey! ~ Cynthia Carr Falardeau

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3. You don’t know how strong, resilient, and resourceful you are until you have a child who has special needs. Unknown

4. Knowing what is possible is the first step to happiness ~ George Santayana

5. SpecialParents who are able to provide for their children’s needs include Captain America, Batman, and Captain America with a touch of Mary Poppins. Unknown

6. Sometimes the things we can’t change end up changing us.Unknown

7. We will keep trying toTeach your children everything about life. Our children show us how to live. ~ Angela Schwindt

8 Every day you have the option to choose. I choose to feel blessed. I choose to feel grateful. I choose toThankful. I choose toBe happy. Unknown

9. If you can’t fly, then run. If you can’t run, then walk. If you can’t walk, then crawl. However, no matter what you do, you will always be able to walk. to keep moving forward.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr

10. Parenthood is about raising and celebrating the child you have, not the child you thought you’d have. It’s about understanding your child is exactly the person they are supposed toYou should. And, if you’re lucky, they might be the teacher who turns you into the person you’re supposed tobe.The Water Giver

11. Sometimes God doesn’t change your situation because he’s trying toChange your heart. Unknown

12. Change comes in small steps ~ Mel Robbins

13. Acceptance doesn’t mean resignation. It means understanding that something is what it is and there’s going toThere is a way out of it. ~ Michael J. Fox

14. Your survival kit should have a sense of humor. ~ Anonymous

15. Children with special needs aren’t sent toThey make parents special.Unknown

16. The majority of people only see the present and don’t see the future. ~ Albert Einstein

17. Our minds are just as diverse as our faces. We are all travelers. to one destination- happiness, However, not all are following the same route.Unknown

18. Never write, but pen it on the calendar. Be flexible. ~ Kodi Wilson

19. It’s about progress, not perfection. ~Melissa Cote

20. My child takes longer to ‘grow up.’ Secretly, that is sort of awesome. Rebecca Smith Masterson

21. The most beautiful and best things in the world can’t be touched or seen. ~ Helen Keller

22. Storms are what make oaks take root. ~ proverb

23. It is not the disability that is the problem. Accessibility is the problem. ~ Mohamed Jemni

24. 24. toThe best things ever will happen toPlease contact us. unknown

25. There is no limit to your imagination. Unknown

26. Get up and get determined. Move! toYou will be satisfied when you get to bed. unidentified

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28. Sometimes we’re tested not toDon’t be afraid to show your weakness, toFind out our strengths. Unknown

29. The key toThe key to success is toFocus on the goals and not the obstacles. unknown

30. 30. toOur bitter trials can often be disguised as blessings. Oscar Wilde

31. Follow your dreams confidently Live the life you dreamed.Henry David Thoreau

32. Promise me you’ll always remember… you’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think, and loved more than you know. Christopher Robin

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