“Our mind is Velcro for negative experiences but Teflon for happy experiences.” I recently read this sentence and couldn’t help but chuckle. How true! When you have a special-needs child or when you are in any stressful situation, it is so much easier to complain, to fear, to worry than to feel grateful, to remember… Continue reading The Habit of Gratitude
A Harvard University study by Matthew Killingsworth and Daniel Gilbert in 2010 revealed that the average person spends 47% of the day mind wandering by thinking about something other than his or her current activity.* Doesn’t this mean that we all kinda have ADHD?:) With the over stimulation of the modern world, including the endless… Continue reading We All Kinda Have ADHD?