Express gratitude

In their book Supersurvivors—The Surprising Link Between Suffering and Success, David Feldman and Lee Daniel Kravetz suggest relying on “grounded hope” instead of positive thinking. You have grounded hope if your hope is rooted in reality. You know that you can’t always control what happens to you. But, you believe that, whatever happens to you, you can make choices and control how you act and react.

After reading our blog post about grounded hope, our friend Eva wrote to us:

“I would like to add to that. Express gratitude for all that is good and give thanks for all that you love. Gratitude clears the path for that grounded hope and good to enter our lives.”

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