A Thanksgiving Wish

This is the week that we Americans take time to give thanks for our many blessings.  I, for one, consider myself particularly blessed.  And your support is one of my biggest blessings.  My books and other writings have always depended on word-of-mouth recommendations and goodwill.  And I have enjoyed an unprecedented degree of that for many years.  It’s what enables me to continue in my work and to learn and grow even as I strive to help others learn, grow, and empower themselves.  So, in advance of this year’s holiday, let me wish each and every one of you a Happy Thanksgiving.  And for your steadfast support, endorsement of my work, and faithful spreading of the word to others, a most sincere and heartfelt “Thank You” from me to you all.

9 thoughts on “A Thanksgiving Wish

  1. At our school where we work with the public, victim service agencies, schools, and therapists teaching realistic safety and self defense skills there are very few authors who we strongly recommend to our students. You are one of them. We very much appreciate your books and follow your posts regularly. It is with many thanks to you for your wonderful work and kind heart that we wish you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving.

  2. Dr. Simon, You are a wonderful man and It goes without saying,,,,,,but i will,,,,,,I am forever thankful and grateful for your books and tireless efforts to help us survive the aftermath of these monsters and educate us to avoid them in the future.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Dr. Simon!!

  3. And muchisimas gracias to you, Dr. Simon. Your books have helped me so much, and I have in turn recommended them to many of my customers, including several mental health professionals, who have in turn recommended them to their patients. May God’s blessings be abundantly bestowed upon you and all your family members, among whom I count your many readers here. Best wishes to all.

  4. Dear Dr. Simon,

    Thank you for sharing your wisdom with we wounded hearts. My secret to happiness is
    to Love God with all my heart and to be grateful for my blessings and my crosses, to recognize and flee the wolves and peer behind the mask before I’m the main course at their feast.

    God’s Speed to you and yours,

  5. Hi Dr. Simon: I have enjoyed reading this blog, as well as your books. The information you present is invaluable – clear, direct and honest.

    On the matter of gratitude – check out one of the latest “TED Talks”:

    David Steindl Rast: Want to be happy? Be grateful.
    “Happiness is born from gratitude”, says Rast (a monk and interfaith scholar)

    An inspirational message.

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