If it’s November and you live in the U.S., chances are you’re going to find yourself eating some turkey today. Happy Thanksgiving!
At this time of the year, it’s also traditional to give thanks for what we have. We’re a nation of bounty and plenty, even during these tough economic times. Most of us have the luxury of having a roof over our heads, food in our stomachs, and warmth in the cold. These are simple things we take for granted everyday.
But I want to really thank you for reading Psych Central’s World of Psychology blog all year long. This has been the 10th year I’ve regularly been blogging, and it’s 10 years I’ve really enjoyed. So thank you for reading.
I also want to thank our members, because without people who’ve made the commitment to join us to try and get more mentally healthy, we’d feel a lot less like a family. (We also have NeuroTalk, a support community for neurological concerns.)
I am also extremely thankful for all of our dedicated staff, volunteers and writers who have given us their very best in the past year and helped us create some truly wonderful articles here.
On behalf of the entire Psych Central family — volunteers, the staff, writers, editors, moderators, and administrators here at Psych Central — I want to wish you a very warm and peaceful Thanksgiving holiday this season. I hope yours is filled with family and friends, and, if nothing else, peace. Thank you and take care.
PS – If you’re tearing your hair out today in trying to deal with family, relatives or something else related to the holiday, might I suggest our Thanksgiving Coping Guide?