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Dear God, Please help me to understand…

 

 

Dear God,

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Onyx Panthyr
Onyx Panthyr

I wish I could help you guys more than a few prayers. You guys are amazing parents. There's so many others out there that aren't nearly as deserving as the two of you are with all you do. Gods bless.

Elaine Hall
Elaine Hall

Sending many prayers and blessings your way. I, too, have felt overburdened with responsibilities, overwhelmed and alone. Please know that you are never alone. That there are people out there who can love and support you. It is so necessary that the community rallies for families who have children with special needs. To offer support, care, respite. And to include your family in activities that may bring you all joy. It helps me when things are rough to count my blessings. To focus on what is good and working. May the G-d of your understanding comfort you and bring you peace. My son, Neal (nonverbal autistic) recently typed: " G-d works in mysterious ways. Sometimes you have to let yourself be open to let G-d in and to let in the miracles.: You and your family are in my prayers. My recent post Oprah Winfrey Network to re-air “Autism: The Musical” on April 15

Janine
Janine

wow, I don't know what to say... I feel I have to say something. It must be incredibly hard to read this yourself Rob. It must be heart breaking to watch your wife struggle like this. My heart goes out to all of you. You are in my prayers and I hope that somehow God will show himself to you with a little grace. All I know is that there have been times when I knew there was no way I had enough money to get through the week with gas and food and everything and when I truly put my problems on Him it seemed to always work out. I pray everything works out for you, Lizzie and the kids. Life is like a roller coaster sometimes. ~~hugs~~

Erik
Erik

As much as I would like to- your story only confirms my own growing belief that íf at all there is a creating and allbeing deity that watches over us, it isn't one that has our human sense of good and bad and of granting living beings what they need or could handle. You look for Hell? Welcome in our world and pray you won't get your part of it. You look for Heaven? Welcome in our world and pray you may be part of that. And thén there's those who have it bad and who apparently show by example to the rest how 'bad'could be defined in all it's horrid appearances. That said: Keep on telling your story- Talking about it in any way, shape or form can bring some solace. To yourself by talking, to others by getting to know your story. Lizze, Rob, Gavin, Eliott, Emmett John- keep on telling your stories. If only for some others to get a chance to awaken.

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Dotdash
Dotdash

I agree with the therapist about the crap. Some people just have more to deal with, much more. And if you do, then every day you can get through, every smile you can manage, every gift you can give a child, every support you can give your family -- each one of those is a victory. I'm on my way to donate to your paypal account because there is not much else I can do for you, as much as I wish there was. I'm an atheist myself, but I hope that you get comfort from every source that you can (God, community, family, friends). It takes a village, after all.

Chanda Jackson
Chanda Jackson

Is a new doctor an option? A change in meds? A new set of eyes and ears? You will not find “God won’t give you more than you can handle” anywhere within the pages of the Bible. It simply doesn’t exist. Over and over again in the Bible, we see men and women who are given far more than they can handle. “We were so afflicted that we thought we were going to die! We were burdened beyond our ability, and we could not handle it—But God gave us this adversity and burden so that we would rely on Him who can!” (2 Cor 1: 8,9) God is making it clear that we are not self-sufficient. We cannot just hunker down and power through every situation. And we cannot white-knuckle our way to holiness. We need Him...... We're just not in paradise...yet. =) Better days ahead sista! And thank you for sharing.

Alana
Alana

Saying a prayer for you.

angela
angela

Im speechless. I don't know what I could say to make you feel what I'm feeling for you. My heart breaks for you and your family. You have so much on your plate that I couldn't imagine being in your position. I too have gotten migraines since my last pregnancy and they seem to get worse each time along with the nausea. I highly respect the both of you for continuing your journey with all the pain and suffering, I think most people in your shoes would have given up. I know this is probably silly but I'm a pretty good listener at times and if either of u need to vent I'm here for you. Keep up the good work and stay strong.