Some of our team sat down and wrote what we were thankful for in one sentence. Want to share what you're thankful for? Share it in the comments below.
In August 2007, I was exhausted. My then-husband and I had been trying to conceive for months, finally seeking the help of a specialist. As a result, I had ultrasounds and blood work, biopsies and exploratory surgery. All the while, I took increasingly complex medications to try and make my reproductive system respond as it … Continue reading #12DaysOfThanksgiving | Debbie’s Gratitude
I have often told people, especially younger ones, not to overly worry about problem that is bothering them when they think about the future. I tell them the future is not yet now, and I often say to them, “when you get there, either the problem will no longer be there, or God will give … Continue reading #12DaysOfThanksgiving | Giving Thanks Despite Our Weaknesses
As September comes to a close I reflect on this year. It is funny to say this, but I am very proud of myself. I am thankful that I am me. It may be a interesting perspective but during the months of August 2015-September 2015 I have overcome things that I never thought would be … Continue reading #12DaysOfThanksgiving | Susan’s Thankful-Post
What am I thankful for today? That’s a question I try to ask myself every day, and every day I get the same answers—my relationship with Jesus, my family, my friends. Other things I’m thankful for include my doctor. my therapist, my medication, and the fact that thousands of dedicated people are looking for new … Continue reading #12DaysOfThanksgiving | What Julie is Thankful For
"The very fact that we are still breathing means we still have a purpose/mission in life, we aren't finished." I could list off many things I'm truly thankful for in life. When it comes down to it, I'm thankful for my life in general. My life circles around God, family, friends, those who are closest … Continue reading #12daysofthanksgiving|What Krystyn is thankful for
Caregivers for the mentally ill don’t always choose that role. Spouses, especially, often fall into that category. The person they married may have been healthy and then, without warning, everything can change. Stress, trauma, grief, disappointment, and many other factors can result in the emergence of an underlying mental illness. Abruptly the healthy spouse may … Continue reading #12DaysOfThanksgiving | Sarah’s Thankfulness
Depending on what country in which you reside, Thanksgiving may be approaching faster for you than for others. My family and I have another month and then some until we feast on turkey, fixings, cranberry sauce, pies, and my comfort food: mashed potatoes. But no matter when Thanksgiving comes for you or for me, it's always the right time … Continue reading #12DaysofThanksgiving: Melanie’s Thoughts on Thankfulness