There are times in life when self-care becomes more important than ever. When you start to feel bad about your career or you’re having difficulties appreciating the things you have in life, taking a step back and trying to feel grateful for aspects of your life can lead to a lot of benefits. Further studies compiled by Case Western Reserve University show that self-care in social work leads to a better life for both the social workers and the people they help. You too can use self-care to improve the quality of your life and share more gratitude
So, how good are you at expressing gratitude? There are easy ways to train your ability to express gratitude. You can start by writing down three things you are grateful for the most at the end of every day. Whenever you feel down, you can refer to the list you have written for a boost in confidence and positivity.