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Three Good Things

Three Good Things


In our day-to-day lives, it's easy to get caught up in the things that go wrong and feel like we're living under our own private rain cloud. As a result, we often overlook everyday beauty and goodness—a kind gesture from a stranger, or the warmth of the sun on a chilly morning. In the process, we frequently miss opportunities for happiness and connection. The 3 Good Things practice can help counterbalance those tendencies. 


This resource provides a helpful explanation for ‘Three Good Things’, instructions, and a worksheet to use again and again. Three Good Things is based in the theories behind Positive Psychology. 


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