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You may need to get answers to some medical questions, see that chores that get done, ensure
you do something for your child or children, or you may want to make a note of something you want to say to someone, etc. If this list
seems too overwhelming, choose just one or two things to tackle for the day. Pick the most important things to you and remind yourself
that many tasks, such as cleaning the house or going through mail, are not so important and can wait.
Here are some simple relaxation exercises some parents have found helpful. Once you get good at doing these,
you might even teach them to your child or other family members.
Many parents have told us it has been helpful to remind themselves of some of these things: