Kindness

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Why Should I Choose Kindness?

“But Mom,” my son said as he looked up at me with tearful eyes after a particularly tough day at school. “What good is kindness anyway?  I mean I try; I really try to choose kindness, but where does it get me?  It seems that I don’t get anything back from it.”  My heart broke …

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45 ways to make kids feel loved

45 Ways to Make your Kids Feel Loved With the 5 Love Languages

I mentioned in an earlier post that I try to make Valentine’s Day about all those I care about, and that includes my kids.  It’s also not about spending a ton of money.  The main objective is to make a person feel loved or to try to make their day a bit better.  It’s a …

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Your Cheat Sheet on Speaking the 5 Love Languages

  Valentine’s Day is approaching.  I try to make Valentine’s Day a day to celebrate love for all the special people in my life, including my kids.  To better do that, I am going to use the 5 love languages to help me do something really meaningful for them.  The 5 Love languages can help …

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The Effects of a Random Act of Kindness

Hello friends! I want to share something with you today that really touched me.  I have seen more than one article about doing random acts of kindness.  Just as important as doing them, I think, is knowing the effects of a random act of kindness. I am usually the one that blogs about and tries …

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Ways I Can Be Kind – Written by a 10-Year Old Boy

While shuffling through my son’s take-home folder from school today, I saw a piece of notebook paper, which was nothing unusual. When I saw what was written on it, I stopped.  I pulled it out and looked at it; really looked at it, not just the obligatory glance.  Then I read it all the way …

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