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Gratitude–The Spiritual and Psychological Key to Mental Health


When Thanksgiving approaches, it is normal to think about what we are grateful for.  Yet gratitude need not be a once a year activity; in fact, we should all build it into our lifestyle.  Most religions and psychological theories (and 12-Step recovery groups) advise using gratitude as a daily practice.


About 12 years ago, I went through a difficult time in my life that included many losses.  I met a woman who told me that each night she would think of something she was grateful for to match each letter of the alphabet before going to bed.  I decided to try that.


It was one of the best things I ever did for myself.  Although I no longer do it daily, I am now able to see all the wonderful things in my life and this world with much more clarity and give negative events less power to disturb my attitude.


So I suggest that you write 5 things a day that you are grateful for in a journal for 30 days.  I think you will notice a big attitude adjustment!




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