The role of gratitude

Last night I've sent this text to my ex: "Hi, just wanted to say thank you for being such a beautiful, kind and caring mom to Ella. I know sometimes you don't have the energy (like every single parent out there) and wanted to acknowledge where you are now and the amazing mom that you are."

Gratitude is a life saver, changer, and enhancer. It's a medicine for self-limiting beliefs, victimhood, and low self-esteem. It is especially potent healing element when you're going through separation.

Being able to find things to be thankful for makes me appreciate my life, live in the present and able to move on. Furthermore, gratitude breads positive outcomes. The more I'm thankful for, the more "gratitude worthy" experiences I attract.

I'm grateful for my life, my daughter, and her mom. I'm grateful for my separation. I'm grateful for all the inspiring, talented, and supportive people I've met so far on this journey.

What are you grateful for today?


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