What is ‘Post Pain Gratitude’? Are there benefits to gratitude beyond coping with the present moment and experiencing its’ immediate benefits?
This week, I sat down with another individual who has played a huge role in my life and in my journey towards overcoming the mental health struggles that I have dealt with.
This week I am introducing to you someone who is incredibly special to me and has played one of the most significant roles not only in my life but also in my healing process from mental illness.
Seeing someone you love suffering from a mental illness is extremely difficult, especially as a child. Processing through your own emotions all while being a support for them is a hard balancing act and can subject the caregiver with their own mental health struggles.
It is no secret that I love the subject of gratitude. However, after recently going through a meditation led by our guest this week, David Scheiner, I realized that there was another level that I wanted to take my meditation and gratitude practice.
Can you find gratitude in the midst of grief?
This week, on my birthday, my first cousin Avigail lost her battle to cancer, leaving behind a husband and five children. She was a brilliant woman and we will miss her terribly.
Can your brain CHANGE? Do we have the power to rewire unhealthy patterns, reverse years of bad habits, and create a new future for ourselves? Our guest this week says that we can and that our brains are MUCH more powerful than we could even imagine.
Every Thursday I want to invite the community to get involved in creating a space to fill with gratitude. If […]Read more
Hello, to all of my friends and followers in this odyssey of healing and helping others to heal, Nine years […]Read more
I am reading a book right now by Melody Beattie, “Making Miracles in 40 Days.” that has a unique perspective on gratitude. How do you find gratitude in your life when things are not going well? How do we make space for gratitude even in the darkest of times?