Finding Gratitude In Tough Times
It’s the height of the holiday season, and so many of us have so much going on. Gratitude can be one of those things that gets pushed off to the side and ignored. I’m going to share why you should be practicing gratitude and some tangible ways to do so. Practicing gratitude can make us feel more grounded, lead to a more stable life, and bring us peace.
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[02:47] We're worrying about so many things right now that gratitude isn't even at the top of our list.
[03:20] Having a regular practice of gratitude leads to significantly better health over the span of your life.
[03:41] Gratitude can also help you improve your relationships. Think about who you love the most and the relationship you have with those people. Don't you want to share time with people you have mutual gratitude with?
[04:02] Gratitude strengthens bonds and connections. It drives feelings of positivity, love, and respect. It increases our desire to want to foster and develop those relationships.
[04:15] Healthy relationships make your life better and practicing gratitude will do the same.
[04:27] Set your intention and think about it on purpose. Decide that you will be a woman who practices thankfulness. Show gratitude to those around you and make it part of who you are.
[05:34] Decide now that you are going to be someone who is thankful and grateful for the people who helped you.
[05:50] Finding your why and uncovering meaning also leads to more gratitude.
[07:20] You can also tap into gratitude by helping someone else. When we spend too much time focusing on ourselves, we become stuck.
[08:28] Decide to practice gratitude. Take a moment each morning to visualize what you're grateful for. In the evening, write down three or four things that you are grateful for. This method will constantly keep gratitude in your vision.
[00:08:28] Decide to practice gratitude. Take a moment each morning to visualize what you're grateful for. In the evening, write down three or four things that you are grateful for. This method will constantly keep gratitude in your vision.
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