Sadly and devastatingly, my very good friend Sue has inoperable brain cancer and only has a few months to live. Watching the grace with which she is handling this is nothing short of awe-inspiring.
As the year’s end is unfolding, I would like to take this opportunity to explore how we can reflect on 2020 through the lens of gratitude.

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Welcome to my blog, Gratitude in Practice. My mission is to translate gratitude research – my own and others’ – into practical strategies that are relevant to the current dilemmas and challenges we face. You will find the relevance of gratitude as we explore topics ranging from how gratitude helps us when we are busy or in difficult relationships to its role in elite sport. I hope you enjoy engaging with these ideas and if so, please share it with others or invite them to sign up to my newsletter. I would also love to hear your ideas, whether it’s a comment on a particular blog, or if you have topics/questions you would like me to write about, so please contact me here.

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