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Letter

17 August 2014

Cranio-Sacral, energy work, and recovery

Its been a while since I have posted anything. We have been busy, and Isaac has kept us busy.

he has been doing some rather awesome things.

For one, he has acted like a brat on purpose and for that I am happy.
I want him to act typical , so that I can see him.

I am quick to tell him that we don't act whinny, and that if he wants something he has to ask for it, just like the girls do.


We have started cranio-sacral massage therapy. In fact-- it all happened so fast, I am still pinching myself.

I have been praying and wanting to get this kind of help for Isaac.

I read a book called "Your Inner Physician and You"


I read it-- and what  a book! Remarkable stories of recovery from paralyzing disabilities.


I am a firm believer in letting the body heal itself.
I believe that God allows the body to heal.


We need to stop being afraid of what we don't know and embrace what The Lord has given us.



Well to tell you how we have this massage therapist-- she moved into our neighborhood. She is a military wife.

I am so glad that God answers prayers.

It hasn't been in our time, but His time, and I am so glad that he gives us what we desire.


Isaac is afraid of doctors. I think his body remembers what happened to him. I think he needs to release those emotions in order to heal.

I know it can be done.

Sometimes I think I still have those emotions trapped inside of me-- of that fateful day that he was changed forever.



Can I let go of what my son "could have been" and still yearn and work for recovery for him?


Absolutely.


In fact, I think its one thing I have been scared of most.

Giving up on my son.


I will never give up on him, but I do know I need to let go of what I thought he would be--- but that doesn't mean I am in no way giving in to mediocre care.

I want recovery as much as he can handle.

I want him to be able to speak.

I want his voice to return-- even if its in the form of a communication device.


Part of me believes that If I just give in to what other believe (  that Isaac will always be this way)
that he wont get better.


But I expect great things to happen for Isaac.
I believe in recovery.
It matters not what others think.