I'm grateful for good food, spending time with my husband, this forum, and having beach access.
When I was keeping a thankfulness journal on a regular basis I felt my mood and frame of mind start to lift and be more positive and hopeful. It is my hope that this thread can be a place for people to share what they are thankful for, and see how others are finding joy in the small things.
Today I am feeling quite depressed, but I managed to get out for a haircut this afternoon. I am thankful for the hair dresser at the walk-in salon, who seemed to sense my mood. She was very gentle with me, and didn't press me to make a lot of conversation. She took her time as she washed my hair, and gave me a nice little scalp massage as well. It was nice to feel taken care of.
yes sorry for kidding
for me i am gratful to God, father , mother, my sisters ,my brothers ll my family they keep supporting
i also wanna say in this occasion
feel very bored , borly depressed , chaos of ideas in my head and dont know anything
fear psychosis i am in too much
I am very thankful for my practicum sponsor teacher at the preschool where I am doing my practicum. She is AWESOME! I am learning so much from her, and I am learning in the areas that I am weakest in. She is also very caring and understanding of my mental health issues. (I had to have a medical clearance letter from my doctor, and it specifically asked about mental health.) I feel like she is literally a Godsend to me.
I am also thankful for all the sweet little ones at my practicum. I love their enthusiasm and the way they get so excited about the songs I do with them and the visual aids and props I use. I just have so much fun with them. They are all such beautiful, delightful little souls, even the ones who are more "difficult." They say the cutest, funniest most surprising things, and they are so open and accepting. I love all my little friends, and I am going to be so sad when my practicum is over, because I will have to say goodbye to those precious little children I have been getting to know. Dare I say I actually love them?
I'm thankful for so much: dreams, warmth, friendship, optimism, good food, my legs for endlessly carrying me on long runs and, more recently, an actual diagnosis. I have paranoid schizophrenia, something which, in a million years, I never would have considered, but it explains so much about myself. Atm, I am grateful for a nice cup of coffee and fresh air to breath.