|ADHD & Marriage - Weekly Marriage Tip - November 21, 2011|
Heart to Heart
Tips for Thriving in your Marriage
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“Unlike the ‘me, me, me’ that most varieties of pleasure trigger, awe makes us feel warm and fuzzy toward those around us.”
|You Are Part of Something Bigger!|
When was the last time you thought about doing something “awesome” in the truest sense of the word? Visiting the mountains, the Grand Canyon or Niagara Falls are ways nature can help us remember that we are part of something bigger. But you can also stay closer to home. Go to a science museum to look at a T-Rex. Watch a comet “storm” some summer night or star gaze. Go to a very large rock concert or sporting event and be part of a rowdy crowd. Go to church for religious contemplation. Or, if you have grandkids, take a moment to watch in awe as they take their first steps or use newfound skills for the first time. (Does looking at a very small child’s hand give you a sense of awe and wonder? It does me!
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|For those in marriages impacted by ADHD|
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© 2011 Melissa Orlov