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A Step Mother's Emotional Journey With Her Special Needs Son




"Inside this amazing story of Kim's journey with Brooks, there is a spiritual undertone guiding their path, as they encounter angels along the way. This book can serve as a primer to help parents with special needs children navigate the unknown while providing inspiration and practical resources. Know that you are not alone." ~ Rev. Howard E. Caesar, Senior Minister, Unity of Houston
Dr. Kim Nugent is the best-selling author of Did I Say Never?.  Kim shares her personal 32-year spiritual journey, a true story, filled with sorrows and joys, challenges and tears that unfolded during her marriage and life as a stepparent. The intention of the book is to provide ideas, questions, resources and heartfelt encouragement for parents to help their special needs child or adult so they achieve their full potential and improve the overall quality of their life.
    Kim never thought she would marry again and for sure not to a man who had children. Little did she know that her life would change --in unimaginable and dramatic ways, and this is where the story begins! 
     Did I Say Never? is an emotional journey of love, frustration, and overwhelm. Kim step-by-step describes the details of each step she took on the path and talks about the Angels that appeared just at the right time to guide and uplift her. 
     While Kim does not have all the answers for you and your family, she knows the struggles, pains, joys and victories.  Kim offers remarkable disability resources and questions for consideration for you, your family, teachers, and caregivers. 
     Have you ever felt completely lost, confused or extremely overwhelmed about what to do next with your disabled child or adult? Have you ever felt clueless as to what questions to ask next or what resources might be available to you? Then grab a copy and don't let anyone stop you from "designing your life without limits"! Did I Say Never is a must read.


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