Tom Coughlin was the two-time Super Bowl-winning head coach of the New York Giants and is the founder of the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation, which provides support for families tackling pediatric cancer.
He wrote a guest essay for The New York Times today and shares that “I’ve spent my life preparing for the biggest games a person could play, but nothing prepares you to be a caregiver who has to watch a loved one slip away.”
My heart goes out to Tom and his family, and I know exactly what he means.
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