Parenting a child with any health condition is no small task. While your first priority may be to support them, it’s also important to know your needs throughout the process, from the moment you get the diagnosis to treatment and beyond.

“It’s important because it makes us better parents and caregivers to take care of ourselves,” says Carrie Sewell-Roberts, a social work supervisor with Nemours Children’s Hospital in Delaware.

Being a caregiver of a child with central precocious puberty (CPP), a condition in which the normal process of puberty starts too early, can come with its own set of challenges and self-care…


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