The Power of Praise

Every Daily Doctor Mom has one role that’s often overlooked: Cheerleader!

Yes!  When you climb out of bed each morning, you need to actively step into the role of cheerleader.

Actually, every child needs a mom to cheer them on, but kids with medical problems need even more encouragement.

All too often, they feel different.  Or frustrated.  Or…sick.

Many kids spend a lot of time simply feeling bad.

A cheerleader can make all the difference in the world.  Knowing there’s someone in your corner, inspiring you to victory is very powerful.

And comforting.

Here are some ideas to put on your To-Do list today:

Hugs, smiles, giggles, jokes, high fives, and words of encouragement.

Go be your child’s cheerleader!


About Tracy

I'm a Christian wife and mom of a son with Type 1 Diabetes. I hope my blog encourages and inspires other D-Moms.

Posted on February 13, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Sending high fives your way too!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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