Parenting doesn’t come with an instruction manual or rulebook—as much as we sometimes wish it did. Yet when we become parents, we’re expected to set rules for our children—even though we might not know what all of those rules should be.
The fact that your child has a heart condition might seem to complicate things even more. Should you hold him to the same rules and expectations as his heart-healthy siblings? How do you enforce the rules when you’re worried about the impact stress could have on his health? Read More