For so many people, 2020 has been a difficult year. Between the pandemic, wildfires, social unrest, and one of the most unusual and divisive presidential elections in history, it’s no surprise most are looking ahead to better days. But with November, comes Thanksgiving and a time to think about the things we’re grateful for. We navigate gratitude today and how it can be a powerful tool for resilience in the face of historically challenging times.
- Los Angeles Times Sacramento Bureau Chief John Myers with the latest on Governor Gavin Newsom’s PR crisis following his dinner in Yountville while not adhering to his own COVID-19 protocols, and more
- Executive Functioning Coach, Couples Counselor, and Psychotherapist Zachary Alti on how gratitude can be a powerful tool for resilience in the face of the pandemic
- Sacramento City Unified School District School Psychologist Dr. Sheava Zadeh explains how children can find gratitude and the benefits of gratitude on their mental health
- CapRadio Assistant Program Director and Modern Music Director Nick Brunner checks-in with music that has a twist of gratitude