For family caregivers of persons with chronic illnesses, the day can be too full of worries, laundry, hands-on care and medications. It definitely can be an unhappy situation.
But, can it be a... More > happier one?
In this workbook, we're setting out to find out: Can we increase happiness during a difficult time in life?
Each month, you'll set goals based on one word: Plan, Replace, Space, Join, Resolve, Let Go, Quiet, Teach, Learn, Rejoice, Save, Say. You can set one goal or more, but try to keep within three goals. You'll keep progress of how well you're doing with the goal(s) and reflect on what's going well. At the end of each month, we hope an effective action becomes a helpful habit.
Why not ask others to join you? Companionship on the journey helps you stay on your road to more happiness. Invite your friends, family members and support group members.
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Tired of staring at a blank sheet of paper? Bloated by negative emotions that won’t go away? Your journal exercises offer suggestions and ideas to keep your writing flowing and your negative... More > emotions leaving. Your journal also captures your caregiving story, which can be liberating to tell and healing to move past.
Each week, you'll be directed to write about an experience or an emotion. The next week, you'll receive three words to write about, which can help you find the next level of your story. Our prompts are flexible so write in any way that feels right.< Less
Good Morning! to You features greetings, gratitudes and goals for 366 days. Some greetings simply share a good wish. Some include an insight about your day. Some ask you to consider a perspective... More > about life. Some offer comfort, encouraging you through your storms. Some reflect an inspiration to keep you going during tough times. All help you make the most of each day.< Less