I’ll be honest… practicing gratitude is a conscious effort for me. It doesn’t come naturally. While I always have something to be grateful for, the daily challenges of SMA often try to steal the spotlight. But, in spite of my circumstances, I work really hard at learning to find gratitude in all things because I truly feel it is a game-changer to my perspective on life.
In my column, you’ll see what I mean as I share how gratitude has affected me for the better.
What about you? Do you actively seek out things you’re grateful for? Does life with SMA get in the way of that? I would love to hear your perspective.
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