Mother’s Day can be wonderful – and also, sometimes hard – for a variety of reasons:
Hurt, heartache, loss, grief, dysfunction, etc.
I remember standing in the card aisle bawling my eyes out the first few years after my mom passed away at the early age of 46. Since Mother’s Day came around once a year, I knew I absolutely wanted to do something very different so I didn’t dread the day.
In this video I share 3 keys that have helped me make this day (and any day) be one of celebration and gratitude instead:
1) Make NO COMPARISONS
2) Have ZERO EXPECTATIONS
3) Do something for OTHER WOMEN who have made a difference in your life.
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I know I would have loved to hear it many years ago.
Oh, and HAPPY MOTHERS DAY!
Love and God Bless!
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