Gratitude Journals

Journal your way to healthy habits with these journals! (More to come)

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Why gratitude counts for healthy habits?

When I started focusing on gratitude and the effort I was putting out, the positivity, and the love I was aiming to spread to the world I stopped hearing the negative self-talk. Dwelling on why this person didn’t want to talk to me or why that person was being so mean to me had to stop. Thinking that there was something inherently wrong with me was the wrong way to see things.

An Attitude of Gratitude

Sometimes that’s what people don’t realize about addicts and active addiction is that, in my experience myself, and speaking with other addicts is that we all feel like the leftovers. We’re the ones that nobody wants. The ones that don’t get invited to the fun events, the ones not included in pictures, the ones that get ignored or hurt by loved ones.

An Attitude of Gratitude

When I finally found my inner strength (and in many ways I still am) I realized that it was not something wrong with me but something wrong with my boundaries. Gratitude helped me realize it was up to me. I stopped letting people affect my inner peace life got better. Then when I started blogging I felt the fire again. Finally something just for me in a sense. A way to get the thoughts out of my head and onto the page without a care in the world who saw them and what they thought.

An Attitude of Gratitude