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It’s such a blessing to laugh at myself, to see humor in the midst of misery. There’s so much laughter in the rooms, laughter at how ridiculous we are in the disease. The laughter is healing. It connects us—all of us, we all relate. We relate and we laugh and we know we’re not alone in these experiences, these thoughts, these behaviors and reactions. When we laugh, we create space that grants us opportunities to see ourselves and our relationships more clearly. It grants us room to react differently next time; in the midst of reacting, we can notice ourselves

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