For a long time during my mom’s Alzheimer’s battle, I mostly focused on what I had lost–not what I still had. That left me feeling sad, hopeless, and depressed almost all of the time.
At some point, I decided that I needed to do something different to better cope with what I was going through. I began looking for things to be grateful for instead, and it completely changed my perspective.
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- My experience with grief, loss, and dreading Facetime calls
- How I used gratitude lists to change my perspective
- Simple ways you can start practicing gratitude right now
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