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When Sue Nuenke remembers her son Chris Harmon, who died of Duchenne muscular dystrophy in 2011, she thinks about the good times – how they’d sing together and find happiness in life’s little moments.
“It s a very sweet spot for me,” the 60-year-old from Liberty Township, Ohio, tells PEOPLE. “I know it’s hard for parents, I don’t ever want to minimize that, but there’s so much joy and so much you learn from raising a kid [with a disability].”
Harmon was diagnosed with the genetic disorder that causes progressive muscle degeneration and weakness at just 3 years old. Together, the mother and son did their best to make the most of everyday activities.
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