Day Sixteen – The power of gratitude and seeing the hidden good in the bad

How do you want your child to handle the unwanted situations that inevitably show up at times during our life?  Do you want them to roll around in their missing out lens or do you want them to be able to accept the reality of the unwanted and get solution focussed about it?

If it’s the latter, then we need to get to work teaching them how to ‘upgrade’ (change) their missing out lens by teaching them to practice gratitude and to look for the hidden good in the bad.

Today’s lesson shows you how to do that:

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