A little boy hugged me today. I say “little,” but he was a teenager, old enough to appreciate the large scale change in his life that would come with the piece of paper the judge would sign giving his mom custody of him. He had come to the end of a hard road, and he was grateful. I can’t express just what that hug meant to me, but suffice it to say it was pretty special. I need to store that away in my memory for times when I am challenged about why I do this work. I do it because it means something very real to my clients and to their families. It’s the little things that make the work worthwhile.
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