My Own Anchors

Norville, Deborah
February 2008
Guideposts;Feb2008, Vol. 62 Issue 12, p36
The author relates how her ability to express gratitude even during the worst of times has made a difference in her life. She calls this ability "Thank You Power." She describes her gratitude during the days when her mother who was battling rheumatoid arthritis was pain-free or at least pain-reduced. She outlines the experiences that prepared her to her present career as a television reporter/journalist.


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