2 min preview
Get Started Free

3 Good Things

3 Min
Healthy Mind
15 Favorites

Avatar
Hannah Castillo
Mental Health Counselor
People, by nature, often give more attention to negative experiences. Positive psychology is a field of study that suggests that people can lead happier and more fulfilling lives by learning to shift their focus away from the negative and adopting a more balanced viewpoint. The 3 good things exercise, when used consistently, can help you to become more aware of the positives in your life. It can help to promote gratitude and happiness.
From the community
3 reflections
B
Beth
Gratitude
I really enjoyed this exercise. I am going to use it daily to help increase my awareness of the positives and to encourage more positive choices in my life.
C
Calli
Tuesday morning
Bank account is not negative For girls ready for school w no tears/upset Dan dropped coffee
a
amatista
Gratitude
Focus on 3 good things from the day. Then consider how they came about. The unscheduled team call. Lois initiated and everyone else agreed. Team took time out of their day to come together and set some intentions for the year. Everyone liked the LIA accountability. Getting up early and doing a short yoga workout helped start my day. Having a podcast to listen to. I am grateful for the leader taking time to put the training together.