A Season of Gratitudes
Updated: Mar 22
The holiday season is often a time to reflect and be grateful for all the good things in life. When we are struggling with prescription drug dependence and withdrawal, being grateful may be the furthest thing from our minds. But perhaps it doesn’t have to be.
I would like to ask you to share a few of your gratitudes with me…
Gratitudes are one of the best tools for finding positivity during dark times. And it’s a practice which many of you have embraced and shared with me during your withdrawal. No matter what state our lives are in, there is always something to be grateful for. And sometimes, by focusing on those things, our lives get just a little bit better.
Over the next week, I would like to ask you to share a few of your gratitudes with me so that I can share them with others. Family, friends, food, places, events, loves, laughs, sunrises, sunsets, dogs, cats, canaries, successes, trips, music, memories… whatever it is that lifts your spirit. Maybe the exercise of trying to come up with a few gratitudes might brighten your day all on its own.
I will collect your gratitudes through Saturday, December 21st and share them on a special podcast episode on Christmas Day, December 25th, 2019.
How to Send Them
There are two ways to send us your gratitudes.
FEEDBACK FORM: Fill out our feedback form at https://easinganxiety.com/feedback and check the permissions checkbox so we can share them.
COMMENT DIRECTLY ON THIS BLOG POST: Comment directly on this blog post and I will include them with the others for the podcast.
Thank you for your participation and I hope you find joy, love, and some much-needed peace this holiday season.
Happy Holidays, D :)