Gratitude| 4 Effective ways to practice Gratefulness

Sep 16 17:18 2021 sakshi shah Print This Article

We are living in unprecedented times. With the onset of the pandemic, it has become absolutely difficult to leave worries aside and deal with the ebbs and troughs of life.

Holding on to positive thoughts is becoming an everyday challenge. The widespread negative news has only added to the thoughts of what is wrong with the world around us.




Gratitude simply implies appreciating and being thankful.


It can hugely contribute to our mental wellness and help us stay optimistic. To endure mental strength one should be grateful for the things we have.


4 Most Effective Ways to Practice Gratitude


Even in these hard times,Guest Posting we can practice gratitude and find few things which can make us happy.


  1. Grateful For your Loved Ones

  2. Self-Exploration

  3. Making gratitude a Habit

  4. Communicate and Seek Help


Grateful For your Loved Ones


Those few precious moments that we got to spend with our families after so many years. The time when we made Dalgona coffee, new dishes & all the things we’ve been waiting to do for many years.


Expressing thankfulness through words of gratitude can create a huge impact on your relationships. Being grateful can lift our mood, cheer us up & motivate us to live another day with the hope that this shall too pass.




Gratitude starts with self. Reflecting upon our day can help us to acknowledge what we do for ourselves and be grateful for it.


Take a moment & look around in your everyday routine. You can try preparing a gratitude list.


  1. think about 3 things that made you happy recently

  2. think about 2 people who stayed close to you during this lockdown

  3. jot down 5 activities you did during this lockdown with your family


Just a few words of self-appreciation and moments of self-exploration about our thoughts can pause all insecurities, anxieties, and bring a smile to your face. Being content with yourself is being grateful for every little thing you do for yourself.


Making Gratitude a Habit


Gratitude can be made a habit. We can focus on the things we are grateful for about 5-10 mins before going to bed or after just waking up. Try doing it for about a week, & the impact that it makes in your life.


Communicate and Seek Help


Many times we feel burdened by the problems of life and talking to someone about it helps a great deal. If you find it difficult to talk to your immediate friends and family, multiple online platforms can guide you in your emotional journey. is providing services with the best of experts and making it very affordable. If you feel hesitant, you can even sign up for our music, art, or group therapy that helps in self-exploration and feel gratitude towards things in life.


Amidst the pandemic, people are feeling stuck and anxious. More of these deeper emotions can be troubling people but can be understood by the right therapist. Not only the right therapists will understand your actual mental state but can also help practice gratitude.


We provide free sessions to those who cannot afford to pay for themselves. Our free sessions are one of the many ways we want to express our gratitude towards everyone who is supporting us through these tough times. 


And maybe you can as well by donating these free sessions to anyone in need, and we will provide them on your behalf.


We shall overcome this together. There is more to life than complaining about the situation we are in. Let’s make our lives better by practicing gratitude.


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