Hello my friend, As I am gearing up for the promotion of the book, I have been spending time thinking about the lessons I learned from the road trip with my dad. One of the main lessons I learned from the bo
Hello my friend,
As I am gearing up for the promotion of the book, I have been spending time thinking about the lessons I learned from the road trip with my dad.
One of the main lessons I learned from the book is that it is never too late to have something with your parents.
Grievances can be healed. Grudges can be removed. As you get older, you start to realize that your life does not have to move forward with things from the past.
I didn’t want to hold anything from my past against my parents. I’m getting older. So are they. Time seems only to speed up. Every day that passes becomes more precious. Every conversation. Every text. It all becomes more important.
On that road trip, the grudges dissipated. The anger went away. And all I had left was just the open road with my dad.
You don’t have to live the rest of your days with your parents angry.
You can choose to let it go. You can decide to start over with them.
Maybe it’ll take a lunch date, dinner just you and them. Perhaps it’ll take a road trip across the country.
Whatever it is, time is on your side.
P.S. In the next couple of months, I’ll be doing podcasts to tell the story of healing and redemption between my dad and me. Be on the lookout for the episodes coming soon!
Also, My new book The Road Ahead and Miles Behind A Story of Healing and Redemption Between Father and Son is available for pre-order on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.