It’s easy to get sideswept by everything that’s going wrong. Maybe you’re not feeling 100 percent, or work is inducing stress. Perhaps you got into a fight with a significant other and wish that exchange never occurred. Now what happens if you exert a sense of gratitude? What if you focus on everything that is going right?
Thank goodness you’re in general good health, and at least you have work to do (however frustrating it can be).
Fighting also never is enjoyable, but you know that the connection between the two of you certainly can override the rocky grounds.
When realizing that there can always be gratefulness for what you do have, you will be one step closer to peace.
In Sonja Lyubomirsky’s The How of Happiness: A New Approach to Getting the Life You Want, she refers to gratitude as “a kind of meta-strategy for achieving happiness.”
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