Start writing down all the wonderful things your partner does, or your children do. Note all the small acts of kindness that might otherwise later be forgotten. Keep track of them with the objective of writing them letters at the end of next year, detailing all the ways they were caught being good. You might make this be a Christmas letter from Santa, or a New Year’s Eve letter from yourself.

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