Over the past few months, I have found my readers to be a wealth of encouragement and inspiration.
Can I tap into it please?
I am working on an article about how humor can be healing in relationships. I am looking for some real-life parenting anecdotes/examples of how you used humor to help your family or child heal from grief, failure or an unexpected crisis.
These don't have to be life-shattering incidents. It could be how you use humor to help your kids cope with the kind of grief, failures and mini-crises we face everyday in the world of parenting. (i.e. not making a sports team, the loss of a friendship, etc.)
A specific incident of how it worked with one of your children would be great. Or it can be a more general parenting principle you've found to be helpful.
My deadline to turn in my outline to the magazine is tomorrow by 8 p.m. I have a few parenting examples, but I could really use more. My brilliant husband suggested I tap the creative brains of my fellow bloggers.
You won't let me down will you??
If you think you may have a story that would fit what I need, please email me with the basic details to firstname.lastname@example.org. If I think it fits what I need, I'll contact you and make arrangements for us to do a brief phone interview.
Thanks so much!