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One of the sweetest experiences a parent can have is the unprompted 'thank you' from a child. But in today's fast-paced, instant gratification, materialistic world: children often focus not on noticing what they have but on getting more stuff. Not on appreciation but on a sense of entitlement. The practice of gratitude is the antidote to a childhood full of demanding more One of the sweetest experiences a parent can have is the unprompted 'thank you' from a child. But in today's fast-paced, instant gratification, materialistic world: children often focus not on noticing what they have but on getting more stuff. Not on appreciation but on a sense of entitlement. The practice of gratitude is the antidote to a childhood full of demanding more, disregarding others, and the distractions of consumerism. It encourages children to be more positive, resilient, responsible, connected—and yes, happier. You’ll Thank Me Later gives parents and caregivers an understanding of what gratitude really is, what challenges our children face and what to do to ensure that this trait is deeply embedded into their lives. Done well enough, they really will thank you for it later. And no question—you will deserve it.


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One of the sweetest experiences a parent can have is the unprompted 'thank you' from a child. But in today's fast-paced, instant gratification, materialistic world: children often focus not on noticing what they have but on getting more stuff. Not on appreciation but on a sense of entitlement. The practice of gratitude is the antidote to a childhood full of demanding more One of the sweetest experiences a parent can have is the unprompted 'thank you' from a child. But in today's fast-paced, instant gratification, materialistic world: children often focus not on noticing what they have but on getting more stuff. Not on appreciation but on a sense of entitlement. The practice of gratitude is the antidote to a childhood full of demanding more, disregarding others, and the distractions of consumerism. It encourages children to be more positive, resilient, responsible, connected—and yes, happier. You’ll Thank Me Later gives parents and caregivers an understanding of what gratitude really is, what challenges our children face and what to do to ensure that this trait is deeply embedded into their lives. Done well enough, they really will thank you for it later. And no question—you will deserve it.

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