Insanity of Motherhood

Motherhood, marriage, and midlife.

Never Underestimate

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Never underestimate how important friendships are.

Never underestimate the love you will feel for your pet.

Never underestimate the suffering of others.

Never underestimate the time it takes to heal from a painful experience.

Never underestimate how much an infant, animal or elderly person understands.

Never underestimate your child’s capabilities

Never underestimate the importance of a thank you.

Never underestimate how prayer can change a situation.

Never underestimate how much you are loved.

Never underestimate anger and it’s damage.

Never underestimate how often children are watching and listening.

Never underestimate a person’s want to change.

Never underestimate how much you need your family.

Never underestimate ways to solve a problem.

Never underestimate the amount of money it will take to get the job done right.

Never underestimate the effort it will take to complete a complex task.

Never underestimate how staying quiet improves a relationship.

Never underestimate the pain of being hit.

Never underestimate how forgiveness will free you.

Never underestimate the impact of quality food.

Never underestimate how strong you are.

Never underestimate the words you speak and their impact.

Never underestimate how peaceful life a home life can be without fighting.

Never underestimate how easy it is to make a difference.

Never underestimate the gift of love, both received and given.

When we underestimate we give less value.  Value more.  Live more.  Love more.

Author: insanityofmotherhood

Mom of three boys, wife, educator, and all around nice gal in the middle of a midlife something. It's not a crisis, but it's something…

2 thoughts on “Never Underestimate

  1. Beautiful. There are so many things not to underestimate… the gift of listening, the power of a sincere compliment. The more I read your wonderful examples, the more came to mind. Isn’t that amazingly powerful?

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