I give you these questions to let your thoughts wander. To be able to step back and really reflect about how you experience each moment of your life. To slow down the movie reel and really feel your way through everything.
When you're in the present and allow yourself to feel the joy inherent in it, you get to feel how great your life is, the ordinariness of it, right now.
Once we get that life is a path filled with both challenges and moments of satisfaction as opposed to rainbow-like ideal at the end of the path, we can begin to go into each situation with our best foot forward.
A big myth in parenting is that "a good parent is a loving one," says Dr. Shefali Tsabary.