Today, Tuesday, May 11, 2021, I am grateful for being able to do my homework without feeling the feeling I dread: that my brain locked up, leaving me unable to understand what I needed to read and remember it. Yesterday, I read my homework assignments and listened to videos for several hours with no problems.
In May of 2018, I flunked out of St. Louis University after a three year struggle to learn, impaired by a learning disability resulting from the monstrous upbringing that damaged my brain. Until I got in school and tried to study I didn’t know I had that problem. I would look at a page I knew was in English, but I could not understand the words. Since that spring in 2018, I worked diligently to face and get through the mental congestion in my head because I knew I would only benefit from that.
Yesterday, I saw the benefit and I could not be happier. It is wonderful to see hard work paying off.
What are you grateful for today?
Practicing daily gratitude has changed my life. By recognizing and embracing what I have reduced my depressing thoughts and brought much needed balance to my thinking. My thinking is how I live, and my life is better every day.