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Sit down with pen and paper or at your computer and start, “I am grateful for …”
Your gratitude list is a bridge across those troubled waters to a resting place on the other side.
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Identify 3 things that you feel grateful for and appreciate about your life.
These things can be based on the past, present, or future. No category or thing is too big or small to appreciate, however, being specific might be helpful.
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