Whether you're a parent living with Rheumatoid Arthritis, or you're parenting a child with Juvenile Arthritis, you may be faced with new challenges. Open and careful communication is a must to help children understand the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and what they mean, whether it is the parent or the child who has the disease.
(photo credit: Becky A. Gardner Photography) “I wanted to write a book that could open up a conversation between parents and children.” - Elizabeth M. Christy. Why Does Mommy Hurt? Helping Children Cope with the Challenges of Having a Caregiver with Chronic Pain or Fibromyalgia by Elizabeth…