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      Kevin Schaefer
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      In his latest column, Joe MacDonald writes about extending grace to himself and others in rare disease communities. He shares stories about being hard on himself when he made mistakes caring for his son, such as waiting too long to take him to the hospital. Ultimately though, he has come to recognize the importance of giving himself and others grace in these situations.

      Here’s an excerpt: “I define grace as the unmerited favor of goodness available to all. There is no judgment attached, simply a willingness to admit mistakes and embrace the sacred that lies within each of us.”

      Can you relate to this column? Do you have instances where you’re too hard on yourself as a caregiver?

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