October 2021 Stall Talk
Student Health and Wellness Programs Stall Talk: Gratitude
Start each day with a grateful heart...
E mahalo kākou i ka mea loa‘a.
(Let us be thankful for what we have.)
‘A‘ohe lokomaika‘i i nele i ka pāna‘i.
(No kind heart lacks a reward.) #177
What is Gratitude?
Gratitude is the expression of appreciation for what one has.
Feeling grateful boosts happiness and fosters both physical and psychological health; therefore, shifting the emotional tone of our life in profound ways.
How to Practice Gratitude:
- Write a list of 3 things that you are grateful for every morning or night
- Notice the qualities that you appreciate in your family, friends, and in yourself
- Write thank you notes/express your appreciation for those in your life
- Notice the sensations of gratitude and allow it to fill your body
- Start a gratitude journal
Want to connect more?
- Connect anonymously with college students around the globe with Talk Campus: talkcampus
- Connect with us on Instagram: @uhh_shwp
- UH Hilo Counseling Services is available for in-person and online conversations. *emergency information below
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month._
Check out UH Hilo’s Title IX office to get involved._
In an emergency, call 911
- UH Hilo Counseling Services (808) 932-7465
- Student Services Center E-203 7:45 am to 4:30 pm
- Student Medical Services (808) 932-7369
- Campus Center 212
- UH Hilo Confidential Advocate, Kekai Lindsey (808) 932-7958
- UH Hilo Security (808) 974-7911
Crisis Resources and Support
- Crisis Line of Hawaii (24-hour, 7 days a week) 1-(800) 753-6879
- Crisis Text Line Text "ALOHA" to 741741
- YWCA 24-Hour Sexual Assault Hotline: (808) 935-0677
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