You may have an established Thanksgiving tradition of sitting down at the dinner table and naming things for which you are thankful, or you might just associate Thanksgiving with delicious food and days off work. This year, I challenge you to take five to ten minutes to sit down with a journal or piece of paper and list those things for which you are grateful. (I’d recommend this even if there weren’t a multitude of mental health benefits for practicing gratitude.)
Happy Thanksgiving from us at Restored Hope. We are grateful for you.
I am thankful for the resources I have at Restored Hope to offer support and care for people in need. If you are struggling with negative thoughts and emotions and looking for a way to live a more satisfying, wholehearted life, give me a call at 734.656.8191 today or fill out my form here to schedule an appointment at my Ann Arbor therapy office.