I am grateful for…

Hello, how are you? I am grateful for my ongoing recovery from my depression.

I am grateful to God. I feel stronger and more resilient every day.

I am grateful for my treatment package, which started on the 22nd November 2017.

I am grateful to my wonderful colleagues, who replied “No, you are not fine” when I said ” I am fine.”

I am grateful for my colleague who made me tea and Marmite toast that morning, when I couldn’t move from my seat.

I am grateful for answering the instinct to call my doctor that day.

I am grateful for the receptionist at the doctor’s surgery who scheduled me for an appointment that same day.

I am grateful for the opportunity to talk to my Line Manager and Business Manager that same day.

I am grateful for the unexpected contact free session and the strenghth I had that afternoon to finish important tasks at work.

I am grateful for the doctor who listened.

I am grateful for the recovery and support package that my doctor started that day.

I am grateful for care and empathy my doctor showed me since.

I am grateful for my employer who treated me with respect and dignity at a meeting.

I am grateful for my husband who has shown the utmost love and support in a practical way.

I am grateful for my daughter who has given me abundant love and hugs.

I am grateful for to my friends and family who allowed me to join in Christmas and New Year festivities , even though I didn’t cook and slept on the sofa whenever needed.

I am grateful for friends and family who have prayed, and who are still praying for me.

I am grateful for friends and family who shared their own depression with me.

I am grateful to my friends who have supported me via social media.

I am grateful for friends and family who checks in with me via social media, and understanding that it’s the best way for me communicate.

I am grateful for the invitations for coffee and a chat, and my friends and family who understand when I cancell at the last minute.

I am grateful for friends and family who listen and shower me with love.

I am grateful for time to grieve the loss of my parents.

I am grateful for my Fibromyalgia symptoms that are dissipating.

I am grateful for the lovely counsellor I have now.

I am grateful for more time to recover at home.

I am grateful….

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