Take Heart is a podcast for special needs moms by special needs moms. It is a place for special needs moms to find authentic connection, fervent hope and inspiring stories.
Limiting beliefs, care fatigue, creative ways to find connection, and connecting with others during a crisis are all topics on this week’s collaborative episode. Amy reminds us to lay aside our limiting beliefs about connection. You never know who God...
Connection with Sara Clime
What real or perceived obstacles do you need to overcome to connect with others as a special needs mom? Today, Sara Clime encourages us to list these on paper, find creative ways to overcome these barriers, and most importantly reminds us to be...
Connection with Carrie M Holt
Connection is crucial for thriving and having JOY in this special needs journey, first with God, then through relationships with others. Carrie shares some practical tips on these types of connections, their importance, and a lovely story of how God...
Connection with Amy J Brown
Limiting beliefs make connection difficult for special needs moms. Today, Amy shares some of the common limiting beliefs we experience, a stirring personal story when she shut out a friend, and six practical tips for overcoming excuses, so we can take...
A New Normal-Collaborative
Today’s collaborative episode uses Psalm 23 as a reminder of the importance of crying out to God and grieving loss and change in our lives as special needs moms. Amy, Sara, and Carrie also discuss our constant companion, adjusting to the new normal of...
A New Normal with Sara Clime
Today Sara shares her struggle with the term “new normal”, and the fighting posture special needs moms take on while caring for their kids. She encourages us in understanding what finding a new normal means. (I don’t want to give away the secret) and...
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Amazing moms; great wisdom
This is one of my favorite podcasts!
I’m not a special needs mom myself but I always learn *so* much from these moms, and they offer their insights with humor, love, and grace. Grateful for their vulnerability and wisdom.
Thankful for the encouragement
I love how, although each mom has their own journey in the special needs world, their feelings and experiences are completely relatable. I find myself often saying “yes, that’s exactly how I felt!”
Definitely subscribe to this one!
This is just beyond amazing, helpful and so reassuring as to the feelings I’ve felt as a special needs mom.