The past two centuries have brought remarkable developments in technological and philosophical areas. Almost hidden among them, however, have been quiet but dramatic changes in public attitudes toward the family, and particularly toward child rearing—quiet in the sense that the changes in culture and society have been so gradual that the human mind has not always detected them. Quiet also in the sense that, having recognized a need to adjust some of our attitudes from those of the past, we have easily accepted change.
Let them feel freedom.
Caring for families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness.