No One Is Perfect When Treating a Chronic Illness

No One Is Perfect When Treating a Chronic Illness

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No One Is Perfect When Treating a Chronic Illness

Many times, when I look back at how I handled my sons’ hemophilia care, I quickly remember the poor choices I made. I ache over decisions that caused heartache, and allow them to capture my full attention. Too often, I fixate on how one decision affected life choices, often leading to more extended hospitalizations or infusions to overcome bleeds. I remember the pain I caused my family and am overwhelmed with heartache. I reinforce my…

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