NEW BOOK RELEASE – UNTANGLING YOU
Exploring the role of gratitude in bringing about flourishing relationships, a respectful workplace culture, and ultimately a more peaceful world.
Welcome to my website. I invite you to join me in my quest to bring deep, authentic, sustainable gratitude into our lives and workplaces. In my past 25 years of researching, teaching, and practising gratitude I have discovered that – no matter what the context or culture – gratitude has a unique power to help us acknowledge the worth and value of others, and they then often become more able to see more of these qualities in themselves. I have also discovered how the lack of gratitude destroys relationships, workplace morale, and a sense of belonging.
I am passionate about translating the research on gratitude into strategies that can help us to access it where it is difficult. I hope I can offer you the opportunity to think deeply about the relevance of gratitude and that you find gratitude practices that assist you in your personal and professional life.
This book explores the interplay between gratitude and resentment to help us untangle difficult relationships and to live a more fulfilling and creative life.
‘Howells deftly empowers readers not just with the skills to reframe difficult feelings of inferiority, of being unappreciated, being excluded or treated unfairly, but also with the skills of inviting gratitude, healing and growth back into their lives so that they can live a truly joyful and optimal life.’
“The ultimate act of gratitude is to live the wisdom they have given us from that moment forward.’
Kerry is being interviewed by Denise Quinlan from the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing on ‘How gratitude can help grieving and living’. She explains gratitude as a process that connects us to the world through giver, receiver, and gift. She encourages us to notice what we have received and the importance of expressing our thanks – in some way – so that gratitude can flow in the world. Listen as Kerry explains how building gratitude in some areas of life can protect us going through adversity, such as grief.
Kerry says it’s not about trying to cover grief with gratitude, ‘it’s respectfully accepting that grief is there, and that gratitude can help us move through the grief’.
Learn how Kerry can offer life-changing presentations and courses which can be tailored to the needs of your organisation.
Discover how this powerful process of professional and personal development can assist you by going deeper into Kerry’s books.
Kerry offers a unique form of gratitude coaching based on strategies she has developed over her 25 years of researching, teaching & practicing gratitude.