In 2013, the website Moments A Day posted a lovely list to help moms remember why they’re grateful for the irritations in their life. It’s a great example of recognizing that how we choose to think about events can make a difference in how we view life.
Cancer patients occasionally need similar reminders. Some days we may have difficulty seeing the upside of anything, especially when in active treatment, experiencing unpleasant side effects, or facing cancer progression. On such days, we need to be creative and write a list … READ MORE
This post was first published on my Cure Today blog on 14-Oct-2015.
This is an excellent reminder of how to live fuller, happier lives, whether we’re living with cancer or not. Thanks, Janet.
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Grateful lists are so essential for us, and can sometimes be the missing piece when looking for that “extra step” in the mornings!