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Jan 10, 2018

Words can be an incredible way of bringing positivity into your life and the life of your children.

I’ve always been drawn to words. I can remember as a child and now as an adult looking back and realizing how special this was. I literally had a relationship with words. I’d make up stories. I’d take classic fairy tales and rewrite them into my own versions, I just loved being surrounded by words.

Words have always just been a really powerful passion in my life.

The other side of words are that they can slice deep, especially in marriage. Any flaw you have, is magnified 1000% in marriage. So, while words have been a crazy positive gift for me, they’ve also been a weakness.

However, it is most important to me to use words in a positive way. Words have shaped some circumstances of my life, and in today’s episode I want to share a how effective words have been in changing the behavior of my children.

Everything I talk about in this episode can be found here: http://alliecasazza.com/shownotes/004

2 Comments
  • over ten months ago
    Alexis
    This episode had me in tears. I resonated with it on so many different levels. Thank you.
  • almost eleven months ago
    Jaclyn
    This is shuck an amazing idea! I am really struggling with one of my children right now and I am so excited to try this with her. I know how powerful word are I need to use more positive ones.
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