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How Do You Give Thanks?

Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude and family for many. It is a time for saying thanks. During this holiday, families come together to show appreciation and support. How do you show thanks? Here are some ideas on ways to give back and show love for others.

  1. Thank someone for just being themselves.

  2. Donate to charity.

  3. Write someone you know a note of appreciation.

  4. Visit a hospital.

  5. Give a loved one a hug that is 5 seconds longer than usual.

  6. Volunteer at an animal shelter.

  7. Volunteer at a senior center.

  8. Catch someone doing something they usually do, but make an extra point of thanking them this time around.

  9. Plant a tree.

  10. If you know of someone who will be alone for Thanksgiving, invite them to your gathering.

  11. Make a centerpiece for your Thanksgiving dinner table for others to enjoy.

  12. Start a gratitude journal.

  13. Offer to do the dishes!

All of us here at Pacific Marriage and Family Therapy Network want to wish you all the best this holiday season.

Pacific Marriage and Family Therapy Network provides children, teens, adults of all ages, couples, and families with quality psychotherapy that gets results. We have several therapists on staff that have several different modalities of work, specializations and expertise. We can help clients experiencing anxiety, depression, difficult life transitions, troubled relationships, addiction, eating disorders, stress, anger management, prenatal bonding, trauma, domestic violence, performance, whole life fitness, ADD/ADHD, autism, learning differences, religious crisis/struggles, LGBTQ issues, social skills, couples/marital, pre-marital, dating, break up recovery, parenting children, parenting teens, social anxiety, self esteem, substance use, panic, stress relief, cancer recovery, pre-surgical wellness, post-surgical wellness, disordered eating, postpartum depression, careers, grief & loss, divorce, co-parenting, childhood trauma, childhood behavior management, work & life balance, fatherhood, codependency, or any other mental health issue. Pacific MFT Network is a professional network of highly skilled licensed Marriage & Family Therapists and Interns that are committed to empowering a sense of self in our clients and helping them live the life they want. We do so by creating a relationship that is based on genuine care and concern, non-judgment, and support. Our mission is to help you help yourself live a happier and more satisfying life.

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