Day 23: What change last year are you grateful for?

I’m grateful that I hate myself less. It’s less ‘I hate myself’, and more ‘I hate what I did’. I’ve noticed that I stop saying, writing and thinking I hate myself when it’s about something.

What change are you grateful for?

Gratitude challenge day 23: Notice positive traits about your colleagues (or others, anyone you choose).

I’m choosing the colleagues who get me nervous.

She is real. She doesn’t hide behind a facade. She cares about people I think. She has good social skills I think.


Love, light, and glitter

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29 thoughts on “Gratitude challenge: Day 23

  1. That I got to teach certain subjects again and my students mostly enjoyed the lessons….

    My sister is my colleague so – she perseveres no matter what, she is caring, she has great values, she is smart, she is the best πŸ™‚

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    1. πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•
      I don’t know if I ever told you how grateful I was for you, too….

      I can’t imagine working with my sister! You’re both lucky to have each other…

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      1. ❀ Right back at ya. Your change is awesome, you are definitely lovable:)

        Sometimes it sucks, but we both work very hard to make it work "literally" πŸ˜‰

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        1. Yeah would have to be… yeah, both ways πŸ™‚
          I should go looking now…. but then I have to get up! Want to make another dessert for someone. I made peanut chews.

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  2. I’m so happy that you hate yourself less… And saying I hate what I did is far more sensible than saying I hate myself.
    Even then, hate is a pretty strong word…
    Glad you’ve made that change πŸ’ 🌷🌹

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  3. Hating yourself less is HUGE!

    For me, the change I’m grateful for would be slowly coming into the belief that I don’t have to feel so very guilty / bad about wanting to leave my parents. There’s less guilt, especially because they treat me badly. I used to feel so much more guilty and base my actions on that, and the worse they treated me, the more guilty I felt!

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    1. I know the guilt. I’m glad you don’t feel that way anymore. I used to think it’d be better to commit suicide than choose my own path (guilt at hurting my parents). I haven’t chosen my own path, no clue yet what I want, but if they hurt hopefully it won’t be as much guilt.
      I’m so glad you’ll be moving, hopefully really soon…

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  4. Thanks, no thanks to a storm, a part of a tree landed on the corner of the apartment where I lived. I had issues allowing the management providing either repairs, causing mold to the carpet with neglect, or move to an appropriate empty unit across the sidewalk. Yes, i’m thanks to the city who did the inspection and pushed the management to take measures approving better habitation.

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