New Heart New World: How to Stay Calm in a Crisis

10 Aug 2021DTGO CSR

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COVID-19 has a way of making people feel like their world was turned upside down overnight. But learning to practice gratitude every day can help bring some stability to your life by getting you to focus on what is good rather than what is uncertain or unpredictable.
OVID-19 has a way of making people feel like their world was turned upside down overnight. But learning to practice gratitude every day can help bring some stability to your life by getting you to focus on what is good rather than what is uncertain or unpredictable.

Research shows that positive emotions like gratitude are closely connected to your health and wellness. Not only do positive emotions promote happiness but they also create an upward spiral in your life.

Emotions like gratitude and humor also help you cope with anxiety and uncertainty by focusing your mind on the things in life that you value, as well as what is in your control, and what you can give back to others.

Cultivating an attitude of gratefulness also can help build your resilience, which in turn, helps you cope with your current issues or problems and provides a way for you to move forward despite the challenges you face.

There is no doubt that living through a pandemic is challenging. But remind yourself that life will return to normal—even if it is a new kind of normal.

Credit: Verywellmind
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