Though their home life was not ideal, their mother, Joan, believed that life was still good. Every night while sitting around the dinner table Joan would ask her six kids to tell her something good that happened that day.
The process made all the difference for the boys in a troubling time. In fact, it changed everything.
“As simple as mom’s words were, they changed the energy in the room,” the brothers write. “Before we knew it, we were all riffing on the best, funniest, or most bizarre part of our day.” That optimism was something that our family always had, even when we had little else,” they write. Read more >
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