As we age, it's easy to fall into a pattern of negative thinking - especially if our lives haven't turned out quite as we'd hoped or planned. Our attachment to the past, focusing on the 'what ifs', regrets for things we may have done or not done, or wishing things were different can cause us emotional pain that keeps us stuck.
One way to let go of the past (and the suffering) is to focus on the here and now. Start by embracing an attitude of gratitude. Just the fact that you woke up today and can read this are two reasons to be grateful, and to get you thinking, here are a few of the things that I'm thankful for.
Why not share some of the things you're grateful for here? Who know who or what your thoughts might inspire?
I'm Krystina (Tina) Spicer, NLP Practitioner, Life Coach, Stress Management and Resilience Trainer and Hypnotherapist and want to use my skills to help other people deal with the challenges of ageing and live full, productive and happier lives.