|ADHD & Marriage - Weekly Marriage Tip - January 15, 2014|
Heart to Heart
Tips for Thriving in your Marriage
|Quote of the Week||Quick Links|
“ • Forgiveness is giving up the wish that things could be different
- From “Ready to Say Goodbye,” an article on Valerie Harper’s living with her diagnosis of terminal cancer, People Magazine, 3/18/13
|Advice When Faced with Death|
What’s the most important advice you provide when you are near death? These bullets are some of Valerie Harper’s ideas on that topic. In them she shares great wisdom, made the more emotional because of what she faces. I thought they might inspire you, too.
Having a terminal illness focuses you on what's important, but you don't have to be ill to take her advice. Life is shorter than we imagine, and we owe it to ourselves to forgive and to do what we can to create joy and happiness for ourselves.
Are you living today in a way that you'll never regret?
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|For those in marriages impacted by ADHD|
|If you or your spouse has ADHD, please join our forum at www.adhdmarriage.com to ask your questions and learn from others who share your issues. In addition, you'll find in-depth essays and a terrific recorded in-depth seminar to help you learn how to thrive in a marriage affected by ADHD.|
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