To Build Resilience, Write Down What You’re Grateful For

When it comes to  building your emotional resiliencenothing does more good than maintaining a positive outlook and regularly expressing gratitude. These two actions have been shown to decrease  anxiety, reduce symptoms of illness, and improve the quality of your sleep. But it’s not enough to be optimistic and say “thank you” a lot. You can make these actions for effective by keeping a record of your positive interactions, events, and memoriesMaintain a simple list of things you’re grateful for or are looking forward to in a paper notebook, or enter them into a spreadsheetThere are  even digital gratitude journals you can download and use. Find a regular time — sayfirst thing in the morning or at the end of the workday — to review and add to these recordsStudies  have shown that doing so builds your resilience.
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