Tips to Practising Gratitude
In this week’s Therapeutic Thursday video our Cancer Support Specialist Laura talks about Gratitude, why practising gratitude can be helpful and shares some practical tools that our team use to support children and young people impacted by cancer.
What is Gratitude?
Gratitude is feeling thankful and appreciative for what we already have, what we experience and what is around us. By practising gratitude as part of our daily lives we can feel stronger, increase our confidence and self-esteem. By recognising what we have and are grateful for we can improve our health and wellbeing and feel happier.
The practical tools and advice Laura shares in this week’s video are tips we can all integrate into our daily lives as we all adjust to the new normal during Covid-19.
You can download our Gratitude toolkit to get you started here.
Support During Covid-19
We recognise that young people impacted by cancer need our support now more than ever. We are continuing to provide individual support to young people age 8-24 years old diagnosed with cancer, their siblings and young people living with a parent with cancer. If you would like to get in touch with the team please call us on 028 90805599 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.