For the past 10 years, I’ve maintained a daily practice of writing a gratitude list. I’ve learned that if you want to see the benefits of a gratitude practice to shift your emotional state, it’s not enough to write it down. You must add another component.
No matter how much therapy you’ve done, it can seem to all fall apart when you gather with family at the holidays. These 5 proven strategies will help you avoid the landmines at your holiday dinner table and enjoy a more harmonious family Thanksgiving.
Notwithstanding common advice about the value of gratitude practice, studies show that it isn’t the miracle cure that we think it will be.
Gratitude is more than simply listing what you’re thankful for.
We can experience a big shift when we stop trying to be grateful in tough times and instead find gratitude for the tough times.
A Thanksgiving invitation to celebrate what you have, who you are, and where you are, knowing that it is enough.
As the holiday sales madness descends on us, it’s worth considering what you really need, and whether you’re getting it.