Bridgeway colleagues are a main reason I feel grateful for Bridgeway being a part of my life. Every day I have interactions with people who, through their actions as much as their words, reinforce for me the importance and impact of what we do. This is not easy work and to sustain it day in day out, I get positive energy from colleagues. Buddy and I are currently visiting with each service team and I am heartened to hear and feel their commitment to persons served and to each other. It’s the same with my management and administrative support colleagues. Whether I see you virtually or in person, working with you is gratifying and sustaining.
Today, I am grateful for Bridgeway’s Wellness Committee, and Bill Cole, who prompted this Gratitude Blog! I am also grateful for NJPRA for bringing us Brittany Stone as a Fall Conference presenter. Brittany shared many suggestions for expressing gratitude as practitioners of psychiatric rehabilitation. Thank you Brittany!
Today I’m grateful for the people in my life who do such incredible work in this world, including the Bridgeway staff and volunteers. We make a meaningful difference in the lives of so many people and I’m grateful to count myself among the ranks.
This week as we approach Thanksgiving, I am reminded of all things that I am grateful for, including serving Bridgeway as a Board of Trustee member. The leadership, staff and people receiving services and support contribute to a vibrant community that I am honored to be a small part of. This gratitude blog makes me think of a quote I have heard over the years, although I do not think the author is known. “It is not happy people who are thankful. It is thankful people who are happy.”
I hope that our Bridgeway community can take a moment this week, no matter how chaotic it may be, to appreciate one another and the connections we have to each other. Happy thanksgiving and thank you for creating this space for gratitude.
I am grateful for the opportunity to be connected to such caring, compassionate people as we have at Bridgeway. We are influenced by those in our lives…positively and negatively…The more I get to be around the folks on the Bridgeway Board as well as the tremendous Bridgeway staff, the more positive energy I am blessed to have in my life.
Grateful Every day.
I feel privileged, proud and grateful for the opportunity to be a Board Member of Bridgeway Behavioral Health. I see the measurable benefits to persons served, through the hard work and dedication of our Bridgeway team. They daily demonstrate the passion to help others, professionalism, skill and talent to treat, support and provide care that is matched with kindness and compassion. I wish all those in our Bridgeway Family a Happy, Safe and Enjoyable Thanksgiving Day.
I am grateful for all the people in my life who share my sense of service to others. Who offer a helping hand because they understand nothing in life is accomplished alone. That is the sense I get from service organizations such as Bridgeway…just enough light to brighten the way to a more meaningful life.
Every once in a while, not often enough, I take a 10 K foot look at my life. Where I’ve been, where I am going and where I am. Perhaps not the most efficient way to view one’s life journey, but life is like that. Full of twists and turns.
I’ve made some great choicees in my life and some not so great ones as well. All have had an effect on how I live my life now, today. Don’t know how I’m going to live my life tomorrow, it’s not here yet. However, I know how I hope to live it.
I hope to live my life each day in gratitude of the day that has come before. Thankful that I have at least one more day to practice, put into action lessons learned. Grateful for the patience of others that allows me to find my own way when I am lost or to shine just the hint of a knowing light to brighten the way when I am weary.
Thank you Bridgeway for your light and the opportunity to give back!
I am very grateful for Bridgeway. Bridgeway is like having extended family. The staff are really dedicated to what they do which is to help people get to where they want to be in life. They preach and teach independence. I am living proof of that. I am a graduate of Bridgeway. April will be my four year anniversary as an employee. Thanks Bridgeway for believing in people’s recovery and building stronger communities. Happy Thanksgiving to all.
This Gratitude blog was an awesome idea & unfortunately we as a society take only one day per year to give thanks. Possibly, if we were a more grateful society, we’d be a happier calmer society. Idk 🤷♀️ I thank everyone who shared their own grateful thoughts with so much inspirational free flow of thought. Gratitude is the cornerstone of my recovery. When I’m not feeling myself or out of sorts, I need to get grateful & humble. I’m a big believer in gratitude lists not only for myself, I also encourage the people served to utilize this simple yet effective tool.
I’m grateful for my health and the health of those around me. I never take health for granted. I’m grateful for being able to help others. It’s an honor and privilege to help so many families. I put my heart and soul into my work. I got married in February of this year and I’m grateful that she still Loves me after being together for 22 years. I’m also grateful for my faith. Thank you for asking. Happy Holidays.
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I am thankful for the Staff at the Sussex Partial Care . They are so supportive and are like family. The outpatient therapy is awesome too. They are a Hugh part of my recover. Thank you Sussex. 🥰🙏🏼💓
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