Growing up with Poland Syndrome, life was one challenge after another. Whether learning how to open a door, or tie my shoe, or put my hair up in a pony tail, my childhood was spent adapting and seeking to not only keep up, but excel in everything. Yet it all took a tole.
Written in the first person, this book addresses the one with Poland Syndrome, the parent and the friend.
How do I cope with being different when I simply want to fit in?
As a parent, how do I walk the line between understanding and support and coddling and enabling?
As a friend or an outside, how can I gain insight into the struggles my friend has so that I may be a source of encouragement.
Find out the answers to these questions and many more in this entertaining account of growing up with Poland Syndrome.
This 34 year old mother of four knows first hand the struggles of life with Poland Syndrome. With a heart to encourage other, she has stepped way out of her comfort zone by writing this very personal, very transparent account of her trials as well as her perspective now as an adult.