One of the Greatest Powers You Own

The Angry Therapist
3 min readNov 21, 2023

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Gratitude is more than just feeling thankful when good things happen. It goes beyond the occasional expressions of gratitude during holidays or special occasions. Gratitude is a practice, a mindset that we cultivate daily. It involves acknowledging and appreciating the things we have in our lives, both big and small, and recognizing their value.

When we practice gratitude, we take the time to reflect on the things we are grateful for and truly soak in the experience. It’s not just a mental exercise but a feeling that starts in our hearts and permeates through every cell in our bodies. It’s about embodying gratitude and allowing it to become a spiritual experience.

By practicing gratitude, we can shift our perspective and become more present and purposeful in our lives. It helps us to focus on what we have rather than what we lack, promoting a sense of calm and peace. Gratitude has the power to transform us, making us less reactive and angry, and more filled with love and purpose.

Here are some steps you can take to incorporate gratitude into your daily life:

  1. Commit to it: Like any discipline, making a commitment to practice gratitude is essential. Decide to do it diligently for a certain period of time, without being contingent on immediate results. By committing to it, you allow gratitude to gain momentum…

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The Angry Therapist

Author of “I Used To Be A Miserable F*CK” and “Single. on Purpose.” IG: theangrytherapist