Week 39 – Expressing Gratitude Is Good For Your Health
When we express gratitude, something amazing happens. We feel uplifted and our problems take a back seat. Spending time thinking about what we are grateful for enriches our life and is time well spent. When we think about how grateful we are for what we have, pills it’s hard to feel bad about what we don’t have. Research shows that when we focus on gratitude, vialis 40mg we improve our physical and psychological well-being. Here are a few ideas to get you thinking.
- What are you grateful for in your relationships with family, friends, co-workers, and even your ancestors who have departed?
- What about your work? Your life in general?
- What you’re grateful for in the community where you live.
- How does your spirituality support your gratitude?
- What are you grateful for from what the earth, the air, water, animals and all that nature and the universe provide?
I’ve found that keeping a journal to jot down what I’m grateful for is a great way to remind myself of all that is good in my life. I find it very helpful to go back and read my notes when I’m feeling down and need a little pick me up. Expressing gratitude will uplift you so that you can go about your day in a more positive way. It is also a great way to calm yourself down before bed so you can sleep better. There is something magical that happens when you remind yourself that all is good with your own part of the universe.
Dianne is a certified coach who helps individuals thrive as they successfully manage the dynamics of incessant demands; and the author of a new book: If There Are No Limits… A guide to living with passion, purpose and possibilities. For more information, visit the book page on this website.