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      Katie Griffith
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      In my column this month, I talk about dealing with feelings of anger when your loved one is dealing with FA. I think back to when my son, Noah, was a little boy and loved playing sports.

      It can be really painful to see others enjoying life when your child is losing his/her abilities. You have a choice to either be bitter or to find ways to deal with your feelings.

      One way I deal with anger is by being inspired by  Noah and others in the FA community. Life is so challenging for them, but they continue to adapt and do what they can instead of focusing on what they can’t.

      What helps you work through your anger and keep going on days when you feel like giving up?

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