Graham's Foundation interview: Kate Hopper

Graham's Foundation

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I think it’s really important for parents in the NICU to be able to express the full range of emotions that they are experiencing. If you feel like you can’t get angry, that eats away at you in a different way, and primes you to blow. Talking and writing is how I process what’s happening to me, and I’m pretty in touch with my emotions, so it was important to note when I was angry and why and just give that emotion some space.

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