His attitude was jovial and optimistic that next morning, and as a family, we reflected his optimism. We were united together in our faith and prayers. The looming questions of “what if” were something we chose to push to the back of our minds. But after the surgery and pathology reports were back we had yet another choice to make. How do you cultivate gratitude when your son is diagnosed with cancer?
Practice makes perfect is an old proverb traced back to the 1550s. Its purpose was to encourage someone to persist in achieving a skill, behavior
One of the most readily known facts is this: people are different. I’m sure I’ve always known it; I’ve surely recognized differences in peers, siblings,