Thanks for sharing Dorian. I agree with Jess, even if it does not feel like it is working on a daily basis, it is having an effect. A reset, a sub-conscious note made, incremental gratefulness, a "creeping" sense of good as opposed to bad.....I like it.
I always found that writing down the best advice, and those things I was most grateful for, and keeping them in a visible area (in my wallet; on my PC screen at work; in my car etc.) made me read them more than once daily. It had a profound effect, all of a sudden "advice" became "habit". A material change in the level of consciousness with which you acknowledge the good in your life, and the wisdom required to get through.
I am thankful for:
1) The health of my family - my wife, daughter, brothers, mum and dad, in-laws
2) The realization that effort pays off, perhaps not immediately, but when it is ready to ripen
3) The peace I am now experiencing....and Pink Floyd playing in my living room.....
All the best to you.