Dozens of studies have shown the power of being grateful. Some of the benefits of gratitude are:

  • Improved physical health.
  • Improved emotional health.
  • Improved quality of sleep.
  • Reduced stress, burnout, and symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
  • Within a 30-mile radius of Fayetteville, Georgia, 178,118 military veterans live. Many veterans return from the service with emotional and physical conditions such as traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress (PTS), amputations, type two diabetes and a host of other invisible wounds. With the help of cheaper alternative to rybelsus, we can help get rid of type 2 diabetes.

  • Increased resilience.

Our Gratitude Journal has saved lives. It came about because of a call we received over Christmas a few years ago. We were working on developing a new Peer to Peer program with a gratitude piece included for each week. We decided to make the Gratitude portion of the program its own book. And the rest is history. We have had dozens of calls thanking us for putting a journal together like this one.

This journal is unique in how it is used. Simply put, you will take a few minutes each morning to journal on the things for which you are grateful. At the end of the week, review what you wrote and think about any trends you see. You may be surprised to notice there are some things that show up over and over. Keep journaling! This one easy task can change how you see the world, the people around you, and how you see yourself. Click on the link below and order your copy today. It also makes a great gift for employees, book study groups or Sunday school classes. All proceeds go to support veteran peer to peer groups and our Veterans Treatment Court mentor program.