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What are you thankful for?


Over 50,000 people are feeling more happiness every day with help from *Thankful*!


+ Oprah Winfrey kept a gratitude journal for a full decade without fail — and urges you all to do the same!


+ Arianna Huffington writes about how gratitude exercises can have tangible benefits: “According to a study by researchers from the University of Minnesota and the University of Florida, having participants write down a list of positive events at the close of a day — and why the events made them happy — lowered their self-reported stress levels and gave them a greater sense of calm at night.”


*Thankful* is the most beautifully designed way to privately and easily record everything you are thankful for in your everyday life. Numerous studies have linked counting one’s blessings to healthy and improved mental and physical health. So...start counting and appreciating your blessings and change your life! Saving and later reviewing your personal thankful list will remind you of what makes you happy and healthy.



KEY FEATURES


+ Count your blessings...literally (with reminders to remind you to practice gratitude as often as you wish, whenever you want)!


+ Save your reasons to be thankful in your private journal/diary/list with photos and set favorites!


+ Get inspired by and share more than 400 Thankful Inspirations, 2,000 free inspirational quotes (and purchase more), and even more #thankful inspiration from people all over the world from Twitter, Tumblr, & Flickr!


+ Big Data Stats! See how many reasons you have for being thankful by day, month, how many are favorites, and more historical data!


+ The Thankful app is available for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch for quickly adding reasons to be thankful!



THE STORY


"One man's 7-year battle with cancer yielded gratitude, a 'thankful app' despite the hardships"

- Deseret News, November 25, 2013


The story behind "Thankful" is a very personal one for our family and friends. We created "Thankful" with our brother before his 7-year cancer battle ended. During his battle, he and his family wanted everyone to remember to be thankful for what is still good in the world, and to count all of the blessings we all have.


“Everybody has trials. Everybody has tragedies,” his wife says. “That’s why we come to this earth, and we came to a place where we realized we weren’t being picked on, that this was just the deal. …And so we found something that worked for us, and that was to count our blessings and to notice what was good. …It helped us be able to enjoy each other instead of being weighed down by all the fear, it helped lift us up.”


We hope that "Thankful" reminds you to be #thankful, and also helps you to remember all of the many blessings in your life - no matter how seemingly small.



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Seriously, WHY is this cold? What am I missing??

This is not namby-pampy newage fluff. Gratitude Journals have been *clinically* proven to have great value in helping folks cope with PTSD, stress, anxiety, depression, and pain management... the IAPT and the NHS both actively encourage their use.

Yet this comm gives heat to BS Udemy courses (‘how to get rich on YouTube,’ ‘how to sell garbage books on Amazon’, ‘take my taster class then pay big bucks for my snack oil’ nonsense...).
Poly_Tribe15/06/2020 17:41

Seriously, WHY is this cold? What am I missing?? This is not namby-pampy …Seriously, WHY is this cold? What am I missing?? This is not namby-pampy newage fluff. Gratitude Journals have been *clinically* proven to have great value in helping folks cope with PTSD, stress, anxiety, depression, and pain management... the IAPT and the NHS both actively encourage their use. Yet this comm gives heat to BS Udemy courses (‘how to get rich on YouTube,’ ‘how to sell garbage books on Amazon’, ‘take my taster class then pay big bucks for my snack oil’ nonsense...).


Thanks for your support. That's why i shared this deal so, everyone can be thankful to things they have got their life.
TheBoss0115/06/2020 17:49

Thanks for your support. That's why i shared this deal so, everyone can be …Thanks for your support. That's why i shared this deal so, everyone can be thankful to things they have got their life.


THANK YOU for sharing it @TheBoss01 . (See how easy this is. )

I could fill this thread with stories. I learnt Gratitude from my sister whose husband needed a heart transplant. He was very seriously ill and on the waiting list for ages, with several false starts on the inconceivably invasive transplant process.

EVERY SINGLE DAY, no matter how awful, they found AT LEAST ONE thing to write down and be grateful for.

Even if it was a silly or a little thing: ‘the house is not on fire’, ‘at least we can have good coffee today’, ‘the flowers are blooming’. Then were also many big things to note: ‘Our kids are healthy,’ ‘we have strong community support’, ‘our medical team is amazing.’

EVERY SINGLE DAY. Even if just one sentence, even if a repeat from the day before. Some days were dire. He suffered terribly. He should have died. Gratitude actively helped them (and all of us family) cope. On a bad day they had an entire book of handwritten inspiration to look back upon. On a good day they wrote a full page in appreciation for the abundance they had.

He got a successful heart transplant.
He survived to become a grandfather.
That was SEVENTEEN years ago.
He is, bless all his joyful stars, still going strong, on a heart that should have given him 5 years tops.

And they (and me) still keep a Gratitude Journal.
hippy rubbish. There are people literally starving in the world. You can make yourself feel better by helping the less fortunate.
big_sausage15/06/2020 19:30

hippy rubbish. There are people literally starving in the world. You can …hippy rubbish. There are people literally starving in the world. You can make yourself feel better by helping the less fortunate.


Bwahahaha. Your dismissal is funny but rather strange. These are not contradictory goals. If you increase your mental health stability, you have more capacity to give to others. (Can’t quench another’s thirst with an empty glass.) Most of the ‘hippies’ I know give money to charity and are engaged in DIRECT ACTION to help the less fortunate. They volunteer their time as teachers for literacy, science, and engineering in marginalised countries; they work with Doctors Without Borders; they are lawyers working pro bono in prisons; they are hospital chaplains VOLUNTEERING ON THE COVID-19 WARDS HOLDING THE HANDS OF THE DYING. And all practice Gratitude in some form.

And you missed the part about this being a CLINICALLY-APPROVED practice. It’s part of mindfulness and ACT, backed by solid science.
big_sausage15/06/2020 19:30

hippy rubbish. There are people literally starving in the world. You can …hippy rubbish. There are people literally starving in the world. You can make yourself feel better by helping the less fortunate.


Exactly the sort of comment that dismisses mental health, everything is relative to someone’s life. Just because there’s something worse going on in the world, doesn’t discredit what someone is experiencing now and more importantly what they can do to help themselves. With your theory, everyone should be happy all the time but that’s not the real world.
big_sausage15/06/2020 19:30

hippy rubbish. There are people literally starving in the world. You can …hippy rubbish. There are people literally starving in the world. You can make yourself feel better by helping the less fortunate.


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