Absolutely! Some of the people I have not liked at all and viewed as enemies have actually done me the biggest favors by their actions… even if they didn’t intend to 🙂
Yes, you can. I’m grateful to a bully I had in college for teachings me how NOT to treat people. She also taught me to refuse that sort of disrespect from a person. I will always hate what she did to me, but I learned a valuable lesson on how to respect myself.
Yes. While you may not like that person as whole, it's unlikely that there isn't something teachable from them or appreciable. Even if it is as much as "I am grateful I have an example of how not to react in a situation."
Yes, I can think about his /her true nature and understand that if he/she did annoying things to me (which is the cause of not liking him/her) it does not necessarily means that he/she did it intentionally. I understand that the person may have problems, so it is good to judge the person less. If this person helped me to grow more and Iearn something, I can be grateful to him/her.
- Are you grateful for your breath or the opportunity to breathe? How does this question help support your gratitude habit?
- How long do you practice being greatful? How did it affect you?
- how to stay grateful. I’m always grateful for the same things.
- feeling grateful. how do you do this. I want to feel it more
- How do you catch yourself in moments where you’re being inwardly unkind to find the gratitude?
- In what way being grateful helped you?
- What is your be grateful habit?
- I find it difficult to feel gratitude. how do you do that. I have a gratitude journal. Write down 10 things a day. but really feel it. I find difficult.
- Do you write on gratitude nightly or just think about what your grateful for?
- How to find strength to be grateful when handling challenging situations?