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I'm grateful for:

  1. A partner whose support and compassion fuel my journey every step of the way.

  2. Watching my son's passion for his favorite sport blossom

  3. Embracing the flexibility to navigate motherhood while diving into a new career path.

  4. Each day, finding gratitude in small moments that weave the tapestry of my life's blessings together.

When we express and receive gratitude our brain releases dopamine and serotonin, the two crucial neurotransmitters responsible for our emotions, and they make us feel ‘good’.

Practicing Gratitude:

Increases a parent’s well being

Leads to better family functioning

Improved interpersonal relationships

Improved motivation to improve self

Improved life satisfaction

What are you grateful for?



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