Thanksgiving gratitude prompts

Thanksgiving Gratitude Prompts

Hello, My name is Faith and I've been managing depression and anxiety for as long as I can remember. I started this blog to share my tips and tricks and help other bad ass babes kick ass on their mental health journey. I have an online support group you can join for free here. If you need help finding a mental health care provider call 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or visit BetterHelp to talk to a certified therapist online at an affordable price.

It’s almost Thanksgiving which means it’s the perfect time to up your gratitude game. Starting a daily gratitude practice helps me manage my depression and anxiety and just generally feel better about life. I’m not a naturally positive person. It takes a good amount of effort every day to stay in a positive mindset. Even though it takes a lot of effort I think it’s really worth it because I feel so much better when I’m operating from a place of gratitude and positivity. Be sure to enter your email below to receive the thanksgiving gratitude prompts as a printable PDF for free and checkout my post onĀ mental health journal prompts if you’re inspired to do some more writing.


What made you Happy today?
What was the best part of your day today?
If you could relive any moment in your life what would it be?
What moments this weeek are you thankful for?
Who are you thankful for and why?
What is something beautiful that you saw today?
What struggle have you had that you are grateful for?
What are you thankful for about where you live?
What have you learned this week that you are thankful for?
What friends and family are you thankful for?
What talents do you have that you are thankful for?
What teachers have you had that you are thankful for?
What items that you own are you thankful for?
What trips have you been on that you’re thankful for?
What are do you love about where you live?
What books have you read that you’re thankful for?
When have you benefited from the kindness of a stranger?
What are some daily comforts that you take for granted?
What opportunities do you have that you are grateful for?
What luxuries do you have in your life?
What life lessons have you learned that you are thankful for?
What goals have you achieved that you’re thankful for?
What service men and women are you grateful for?
What moments in the last month are you most grateful for?
What moments in the last year are you most thankful for?
What smells are you thankful for?
What songs are you most grateful for and why?
What moment most changed your life for the best?
What holiday are you most excited for?
What animals have you had that you are most thankful for?

I hope these prompts help you get into the holiday spirit. Making gratitude lists really does help me have positive mindset throughout the day. I hope you try out a gratitude practice and I hope it helps you too. If you’re interested in other mental health resources I have a ton of posts about depression and anxiety

I am not a licensed therapist. If you are suffering from a major disorder and need treatment please seek the help of a professional. If you need help finding a mental health care provider call 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or visit BetterHelp to talk to a certified therapist online at an affordable price. You can download a free printable list of hotlines here and join the free mental health support group on Facebook here. This post contains affiliate links, you can read my full disclosure policy here.

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