Recently I presented at the Care Years Training Academy’s, “The Caring Conference: Our Courageous Acts.” When I started to think about caregiving and courageous acts, I struggled with deciding if I would submit a proposal. It felt like a courageous act needed to be something big, even momentous. Then I realized caregiving is a series of courageous acts because every time there is a crisis or a process breaks and especially when we have to give up a part of our lives, we choose caregiving time and time again. And that is the most courageous act of all.
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