this era of politically correct (PC), uber-responsibility, super-anxious parenting there is SOOOO much out there about the things that parents should
and shouldn’t do at Christmas. It seems that there are plenty of ways that you can get Christmas ethically or morally wrong – share the “wrong” food,
buy the “wrong” presents, …“Arrrggggh!!!!
The research on burnout among those who work with complex young people indicates strongly that it’s important to finish what we start in appropriate ways. We know that it’s not healthy for health service practitioners to leave things unsorted in our experience.