The power of looking for “awesome” moments in marriage:
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As the mother of 7 children, one word I admit I have grown fatigued of hearing over the years is “awesome.” I don’t have anything against that particular word – it’s even a bit energizing – it’s just that it brings so much promise and then falls flat when it’s used to describe something that’s really just copacetic. Then, it just feels tawdry, like Christmas decorations in February.
However, I have to admit that I am a big fan of Neil Pasricha, author of The Book of Awesome, and other related titles. He’s just so darn optimistic – but in a way that feels authentic. He highlights the moments in life that when juxtaposed with the mundane, become downright exceptional – things like popping bubble wrap, high-fiving babies, sleeping in new bedsheets, etc. It’s an excellent strategy, and one that I think could effectively be applied…
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