Did you know that just by searching for positive things to be grateful for, you are activating your brain to produce more feel-good hormones? According to research, just the process alone begins to change the brain.
Wow – that’s pretty amazing.
If we can actually feel better by finding those blessings and things to be grateful for, then why aren’t we doing it?
Instead, we hover incessantly over all the things that have gone wrong or are going wrong.
As I read stories of people who have gone through tough times but still found things to be thankful for, I remind myself of all the blessings I have received.
Yes, there have been tragedies; the loss of my husband and a son, both to cancer; the loss of our newly built dream home and retirement pension, and the near loss of a daughter to breast cancer. The list goes on – just as yours does.
We have all suffered unspeakable tragedies in one way or another and people wonder how we will survive, go on, rebuild, find joy again.Read More >