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Your Gratitude is Showing! powered by CeraVe
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I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget how you made them feel.

Maya Angelou


With all the uncertainty going on in the world, you may have to look a little harder to find the good things that are happening. Yet finding joy may be easier than you think, and it all starts with practicing gratitude.

There is growing research on the health benefits of expressing gratitude. According to Psychology Today, practicing gratitude improves physical and psychological health, opens the door to more relationships, enhances empathy and reduces aggression, improves self-esteem and mental strength, and can even help you sleep better.

During our 10 day Your Gratitude is Showing challenge, powered by support from CeraVe we will help you develop a meaningful gratitude practice with daily tips and specific calls to action.  There will be a wide range of suggestions that we hope will resonate with you.

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Date & Time
Monday June 22nd, 2020
End Date & Time
Friday June 26th, 2020

How are you doing in the challenge?

143 Comments
I have gained a renewed appreciation for the nurses working tirelessly and fearlessly   to continue the challenge to battle the severity of the COVID pandemic on critically-ill patients whom are isolated from their loved ones.  As an educator, I work remotely to those clinical nurses enduring the emotional turmoil at the bedside. As I see them daily in their journey, they continue to amaze me a their renewed energy daily to provide optimal family involvement through virtual venues to promote connectedness for the patient and family as well as themselves.
Soxx60 Soxx60 Sep '20
 I have been battling Breast Cancer and COVID-19 coming in to the world has only added to the self-isolation in order to protect my compromised immunity. So far, I have been very blessed and safe from it. I am very grateful for my faith in God, my family, especially my brother who has been my main caregiver, and the support of my job/company. I work pretty much exclusively from home, I live alone when my brother is not here, and my prayer life and social media have saved me. So I guess I am also very grateful for my internet provider. I go to church online these days. I know that together we will all get through this season in our lives.
JD Cruz JD Cruz Aug '20
I am doing well. Most recently, I gave an awesome award to a nurse who assisted me as a I performed three CVC insertions with him assisting me. Equally thankful that one of the nurses who helped me gave me an awesome award to acknowledge the care that I gave to my last patient  who was celebrating her birthday that day.
Steffi Steffi Aug '20
Throughout this challenge, I have noticed so much things and has put me in a wonderful mind set. Even though I may not be posting everyday, I do still think about things I am grateful for throughout the days because of this activity. It's been super great, and I'm for sure going to keep it up even though this ends 8/14/2020! Overall, I am so grateful for my friends, family, and boyfriend. They have kept me going and working towards my path and dream to become a future CRNA. I'm so thankful that I was given an opportunity and chance to make an impact for people who are struggling with health. I am grateful for nursing and my nursing school GCU. 
Knolin Knolin Aug '20
I am grateful for my family and their constant support and encouragement.  
I am grateful that I am able to see the positives in the challenges that arise.
I am grateful for the mentors in my life.
A mantra that has often helped me: where I am now is exactly where I need to be.
As a family, we are going to incorporate the practice of saying at least one thing we are grateful for when sitting down to dinner.
ChristiM ChristiM Aug '20
Hospice Soul‍ I love this idea!
Mrs.B Mrs.B Aug '20
I am grateful for my best friend, my husband who has helped keep mecentered and forward thinking!
Mrs.B Mrs.B Aug '20
Good, I am trying to give grace especially when tensions are high
Josie23 Josie23 Aug '20
Hi everyone,

I enjoyed the day 8 suggestion of giving a compliment! Giving a compliment is a great way to get out of myself as well as make someone else smile and or feel recognized. I think it's an awesome way to express gratitude! I will try to practice it more!
It’s hard to believe we’re at day 7 of this challenge already! Setting actual intention to be grateful each day has not only helped me but also those around me. I feel I’ve changed by embracing each day as it is-whether the way I planned or not. I’m even finding ways to help my patients find at least one thing they can be grateful even in illness. 
ChristiM ChristiM Aug '20
Hospice Soul‍ it is wonderful that you are sharing this challenge with those around you!

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