You know that thing you dread each week? Mine’s Monday mornings. Not because it’s the end of the weekend, but because it’s my daughter’s treatment team meeting, where I have to make decisions I don’t want to deal with.
“Should we pursue another specialist consult for Angel?”
“How do we handle new troubling behaviors?”
“Will we spend Christmas morning at the residential unit with her?” and “How the heck is THAT going to work?”
Hard questions to consider. Harder to answer. And, because I’m
a perfectionist responsible, questions that press on me like solid lead.
My guest today gets that, too. Her new book challenges all of us perfectionists to face grace head-on. Through her story, she invites us to (re)discover grace and find freedom from the need to control life. Please welcome Grace For The Good Girl author Emily Freeman!