Company Baptist Health Deaconess Madisonville
Annie Branson has learned a lot about gratitude during the crisis: to live life at a slower pace, to be thankful for time spent at home with family, and to be more grateful for the little things in life. She also believes gratitude can enhance wellbeing.
“Research shows that gratitude can improve your overall mental health, can strengthen your relationships and minimize stress. I believe this to be true,” says Annie, a charge nurse at Baptist Health Deaconess Madisonville.
Having a positive outlook and truly being grateful for all the things you have in your life will help you cope with the ups and downs that life brings.
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