Free Gratitude Journal
We know first hand that your mindset is one of your biggest assets in this fight against cancer. In our household, we speak openly about mental health, attitude, outlook, being grateful and so much more. It has helped us tremendously.
“Scientists studying positive psychology found that a one-time act of thoughtful gratitude produced an immediate 10% increase in happiness and 35% reduction in depressive symptoms.” – happify.com
Who couldn’t use at least 10% more happy in their day? I mean, sign me up!!
We Guide You Through It!
We know that this practice of gratitude doesn’t come naturally to everyone and can be even more difficult when you’re experiencing difficult times. That’s why we created a gratitude journal to help you create and maintain a schedule of practicing gratefulness and increasing your happy (even during cancer).
Don’t worry, we even give you a 30 day calendar of prompts to help you get started. We also give you:
guidance on setting a schedule
lots of journal pages in different forms so that you can choose a format for YOU
exercises for tapping into your senses
prompts for gratitude walks
Make Gratitude a Family Project
This is a great exercise to do with the whole family! Remember that your children may not know how to fully express their emotions and therefore may spend too much time in an unhealthy line of thought or fear. By practicing gratitude, you guide the whole family through training your brains to look for the silver lining in everything, even cancer.
You can print as many copies as you need and maybe even block gratitude time as your family time.
You can get started right away, simply download the gratitude journal now.
As always, this is meant to be a conversation. We’d love to hear from you. Tell us what this gratitude has done for your outlook and your family. We would love to share in your wins. Drop us a comment or to reach us directly, email us @ email@example.com
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