“You have to decide, is this the hill you want to die on?” As the parent of a child with disabilities, people say this to me all the time.
People in positions of power – in education, at insurance companies; medical offices. Friends say it. Other parents say it. And I get it.
There are compromises in life, all the time. And there are hills I’ve died on in the past, in office buildings, in board rooms; for bosses and clients and coworkers.Read more on themighty.com