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We're parents, and we're strong. Asking us "how do you do it?" doesn't help either one of us. We're parents. We wake up and take care of our children; special needs or not. Break the Parenting Mold is an online community dedicated to strength in community, lifting up parents of children with special needs and offering support by sharing individual stories.

We cover everything from Learning Disabilities and Spectrum Disorders to physical disabilities.
We're accepting syndicated content (previously published) for a limited time only. You're welcome to submit original content if you'd like, but at this time there is no financial compensation.

What we're looking for:
Stories about advocating for your child
Stories that lift up parents with special needs
Why having a special need can be a gift
HUMOR!
Activities
Recipes that address food allergies
It's ok to be angry or frustrated, but we are not looking for sad stories. Our mission is to encourage and lift up the parents that come to us.

We may accept some stories about diagnosis, or the lack there-of.
We may accept list posts. List posts must be at least 400 words.

All other posts should be 600 words or more.
Please do not include images.


We will contact you within 2 weeks to let you know if your piece has been accepted.

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What Special Need do you write about in this post?
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When and Where was the last time this was published?
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Do other special needs affect your family?
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