While there is some overlap in my connections on these different platforms, there’s little in common in my posting and sharing activity.
Sometimes I want my stuff and sharing it makes me feel bad.” This is a great time to ask them, “Why is giving good for us?” Explain what it does for happiness for themselves and everyone around them.
“It wasn’t until I started sharing our loss that I found out many people I knew shared the same scars,” she wrote. In her heartfelt Thanksgiving Day essay, Mitchell thanked her husband for being loving and patient as she worked through all the emotions that came with the miscarriage.
It’s also a day when the children and teens sitting around the table learn about the centrality of family and friendships, respectful listening, and enthusiastic sharing. Use this Thanksgiving (and every other opportunity you can!!) to model for our children how to be adults.