Welcome, and God bless your family for agreeing to support you!
I am not celiac, but can't process wheat or rye either. I'm GF for two years now, and the advangages far outweigh the negatives.
I compromise with my guys and sometimes make them something they really like, and have something safe for me. I don't cheat and I make them happy. I also never insist they eat gluten free on outings. I keep regular whole grain bread for sandwiches, as I'm not so sensitive that I'll get sick if I touch wheat. I use a separate plate or cutting mat if they've used something for wheat. For years, I haven't been able to eat peanuts, but two of my guys love peanut butter/peanuts. Neither the youngest or I touch them. I refuse to even make a PB&J sandwich!
Do check your personal care products for wheat. I didn't and wondered why my scalp itched. Sally's has some safe and more natural options for shampoos and other hair products.
Ditch products which have lots of questionable ingredients. We used to eat some things from Schwan's foods, but don't now because I can't be sure if they're GF. Soy sauce is a big one, which is in a surprising amount of stuff.
I think my family is healthier than ever. We used to eat a pretty balanced diet, but I did rely more on convenience foods than now, and most things are now from scratch. It's more work for me, but better for everyone.
Don't be shy about posting. People here helped me, and I know I'm still learning. :):)
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