Plans are pushed back, events are canceled, you are stuck at home, and the store hasn't restocked its toilet paper. You may be feeling frustrated and worried but it's important to find the positives in every situation. Writing three things you're grateful for each day can train your brain to focus on and feel the positives. Whether it's a text you got from a friend, a good meal, or a sunny day, jot it down and move forward. It has been said that the quality of our gratitude determines the quality of our lives. The more we express thankfulness, the happier and healthier we are! "SOCIAL DISTANCING" does NOT mean "EMOTIONAL DISTANCING", Look for ways to stay emotionally connected and starting noticing and take note of the good things happening around you today! It will make your heart and mind happy!
Interrupt anxiety with gratitude!
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NUAMES Counseling Team