Q: Is there a way to cultivate gratitude while in recovery from addiction
A: Yes. In fact, a daily practice of gratitude can change your life.
Recent studies indicate that people who frequently feel grateful have increased energy, more optimism, more stable social connections, and are happier than people who don't. Cultivating gratitude should be an ongoing task, a cycle that brings short and long-term benefit.
People in recovery are not always aware of the specific actions needed on a daily basis to develop gratitude. But many times, even placing your hands on your heart or singing a favorite song may boost your positive emotions and provide you with good vibrations for the entire day.
So, are you interested in more aspects of how to cultivate gratitude in recovery? Take a look at this infographic for a step-by-step guide. Then, share your ideas, thoughts, and questions with us at the end. Your feedback may not just improve our work, but it can help someone else, too.
The truth is that there is no right or wrong way you need to take in order to feel grateful in recovery. The final outcome is what counts.
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