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Maybe, through the stories I share about my life and others and the medical research that has been dedicated to the world of positive psychology, they'll relate to the power of a positive perspective and change the world one person at a time. Pipe dream, of course, but I love the thought of being given the chance to inspire!
In order to handle emotional pain I cry.
I vent. I zone out in front of the TV to escape. Then, after I allow myself to feel it and be human, I try my best to put things in perspective and start moving forward again. I consciously focus on my blessings and remember what has gotten me through my past struggles: my faith and the belief that everything happens for a reason.
My children are my greatest gifts and my greatest inspirations.
My routine is really based around my kids, and I try not to hold myself to a schedule, because it is always changing. What has been the most influential thing to help me keep my center is to set priorities and stick to them.
I'd tell the planet to actively and consciously practice gratitude.
To never give up hope. To believe in themselves and be true to who they are. To be kind. To share. To protect our planet for future generations.
I'm also very hopeful to continue my literary journey into the realm of children's books. To be able to read my kids a children's book that was inspired by them would be everything!
My husband is the most honest, kind, hard-working, and genuine person, and I honestly don't know how I could ever live without him.
My biggest pet peeve is inconsiderate people.
I consciously focus on my blessings and remember what has gotten me through my past struggles: my faith and the belief that everything happens for a reason.
I come alive by giving back, seeing my children smile and hearing them laugh, standing up for things I believe in, achieving a goal, being there for those who need me, spending quality time with my husband, and indulging in "me moments," whether it's a vacation or just a night out with friends.
If I actively practice gratitude, I am able to keep myself grounded in the high times and lift myself up in the low times.
A baby fills a hole in your heart that you didn't know was there.
I'm also inspired by stories of my extended family, friends, and even strangers who cause me to look at my life and behavior and encourage me to be the best person, mother, daughter, and friend that I can be.