I recently read a great article on NPR, Editing Your Life’s Stories Can Create Happier Endings. The article offers great tips to help you through the leftover shame or bitterness or grief of your life’s traumatic events.
By working through the experiences of your past, you can give yourself a better ending; rather than succumbing to a situation, you can now find the perspective that helps you overcome it. Fascinating.
Let’s give ourselves a happier ending today. In six, what’s your happy ending? You can write a happy for an episode that occurred during your caregiving experience or during your life.
I’m in need of two happy endings: First, for a happy ending to our never-ending snow storms; Second, for a banking error I made yesterday. So, mine are:
I get exercise. It melts Friday.
Doing my best sometimes means mistakes.
Please share your six-word stories in our comments section, below.
- Caregiving Happiness Project: January Action (caregiving.com)
- Our Caregiving Year in Review (caregiving.com)
- 17 Reasons Why Caregiving Makes You Awesome (caregiving.com)
- Ho, Ho, Ho and Happy New Year (caregiving.com)