Share your stories

Everyone has stories of struggles and triumphs.

Share your stories. Children who know their family’s history—its highs and lows—have a stronger sense of control over their lives and higher self-esteem, says Bruce Feiler, author of a new book The Secrets of Happy Families.

That’s good advice. Remember your stories. If you’ve done difficult tasks in the past, you can do difficult tasks now, too.

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