An Attitude of Gratitude


As the end of the year draws near, I find myself reflecting on all that has been presented to me in 2015. I have had a pretty amazing year, given my setbacks and challenges. I am extremely grateful for all that has been given to me …. including my TBI!

Gratitude is critical to our happiness. So is choosing our attitude. Our recovery and happiness is determined by OURSELVES….. We each have the ability to choose whether to be happy or sad, compassionate or resentful, determined or defeated. It is up to each of us to choose our attitude and overcome our challenges; no one else can do that for us!

I have created a short video blog for you to watch, as well as a Gratitude Worksheet (which I explain in the video!) for you. You can download the worksheet here ———> CLICK HERE.



2 thoughts on “An Attitude of Gratitude

  1. Happy new year to you and yours!
    Keeping a good attitude is really quite an accomplishment, as the brain and body woes are full time, 24-7. I manage fairly well, I think.

  2. I’m coming late to the game as it’s July 23, 2017. I’m 13 months out from my 3rd & hopefully last head trauma. Your video, posts & FB group are so valuable to me. Please know I appreciate all you have done (and will do!). I’m thankful for the resources & support I’ve gotten thus far. I think having this TBI may be one of the best things that ever happened to me in my 51 years!

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