Somehow, many of us have got it into our heads that to be a "realist" means to plan for the worst possible outcome and constantly stress about our choices. Rather than making us better prepared for adversity, we end up feeling anxious, miserable, and burned out!
Thankfully, expressing thanks may be one of the simplest ways to feel better. In positive psychology research, gratitude is strongly and consistently associated with greater happiness. Gratitude helps people feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improve their health and performance, deal with adversity and stress, and build strong relationships. In this workshop, learn practical ways to implement gratitude into your life and continue to practice methods for reframing our negative thoughts into more realistic ones.
Lunch will be provided for the first 10 people to arrive.