Many of us understand this simple truth. Yet, we have a hard time remembering to use it. For example, when I have high pain days I tend to be down and grumpy, forgetting that I still have much to be grateful for. So, remember, we have a choice to be grateful and happy for anotherContinue reading “Our Disposition Can Affect Others”
For most people the phrase “I love you,” gets used multiple times per day. But how often do we show those around us how much we treasure them? Love is an action word designed to show our loved ones how much they mean in our lives. It is not complicated, nor does it require bigContinue reading “Love is an action word”
Something as simple as a smile can transform someone’s day. It can even change your own day. So, take a moment and share a 😃 smile with a co-worker, friend, family, and/or a stranger. It can make a difference.
We all have the choice of who we spend our time with. Struggling with chronic illness and pain already tends to make life more difficult and often leaves us feeling down. When we hang out with negative people it only brings us down more sucking the life out of us. Making us feel as ifContinue reading “Positive people bring a positive life”
Living with chronic illness is tough. It is draining and frustrating. When your pain level is high, it is hard to feel grateful. Personally I have found that if I turn my focus to the smallest of positives my mindset starts to change. Before long my pain level drops. Having a grateful heart allows usContinue reading “A grateful heart”