"Gratitude and anxiety can not exist in the brain at the same time" - James Althucher
Research shows that switching to gratitude when you feel pangs of anxiety is a cure in itself. The brain can not respond to anxiety and gratitude at the same time.
When you feel nothing good is happening around you, trigger gratitude by looking for the little things to give thanks for. If you can't find any, give thanks for the air you are breathing.
American professor, author and podcast host, Brene Brown said, "I don't have to chase extraordinary moments to find happiness - it's right in front of me if I'm paying attention and practicing gratitude."
Look at the little things. Make the habit of journalling what you are grateful for.
Listen to this by Henry Ward Beecher: "Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul"
"Never lose the childlike wonder. Show gratitude... Don't complain; just work harder... Never give up." Randy Pausch
Live a life of gratitude, thankfulness and gratefulness