One thing I try to do is remember that I cannot control everything. I also cannot make everyone happy. I focus only on my little family. As long as the three of us are good and God knows that I am doing what I think is best I am ok if not everyone is happy with me.
I also look at my son and have gratitude that he is happy and healthy. Yes he has asthma and yes he has ASD but he has a great group of people supporting him and have come so far in the past year since his diagnosis. He is smart, kind and funny and we are so lucky to have him.
I also try to change the things I do have control over. If my health is suffering I will work out, try to eat healthier and take car of myself. Self care is very important during these times. I tend to become a hermit so I force myself to go out with my friends and do the things I enjoy like read or knit. I will also try to get enough sleep.
Basically I try to take things as easy as possible and be kind to yourself.