Gratitude Gained In 2020

So in this blog, I start with a Tik Tok video titled “How Everyone Be In 2020.” Which let’s face it, 2020 was one hell of a year. With a virus, pandemic, quarantine, murder hornets, and climate change was rearing its ugly head, releasing methane gas into the air, with everything that can go wrong in our everyday world. But there is a lot to have gratitude for in the crazy year we have been. Which like I say, it could be worst. You can get HIV and COVID-19 all in one “chingaso.”

Which in the end I have a lot to look forward to when 2021 hits. Also give me the ability to learn new skills and just get to know my family a lot more intimately emotionally than I ever imagined.

Frieda Lopez – Gratitude Gained In 2020

So one of the things that I am very grateful for is the closeness that the pandemic has brought my family and I. Don’t get me wrong, for the first week and a half, they drove me insane. But the bonding time that we came together has to strengthen the relationship that I had with my family. In addition to that, my creativity just skyrocketed while being in quarantine and living through this pandemic as I completed three finished manuscripts that are due to publish next year in 2021. Which in the end, I have a lot to look forward to when 2021 hits. Also, give me the ability to learn new skills and just get to know my family a lot more intimately emotionally than I ever imagined. What’s the consensus that my family and I say is “we’re still alive in this pandemic.“ But I’m not going to jinx myself because we are just entering the second wave of this pandemic. What’s the consensus that my family and I say is “we’re still alive in this pandemic.“ But I’m not going to jinx myself because we are just entering the second wave of this pandemic. During the epidemic, I took a lot of time to reflect. On the things that have happened in the past, which ultimately help me resolve many issues that I thought I entirely resolved. Which inspired a book as well, but I’m currently writing at the moment. Hopefully, a hashtag that we begin trend being a marketing brand that I hope will help people embrace the inner badass we all possess. It helps me appreciate a lot more the opportunities that back in 2019. As most of the year, I was looking forward to 2019 ending as nothing went my way. However, towards the end of 2019, I was finishing a book that thankfully got published in the middle of the pandemic. Which is something that I never thought I would ever accomplish.

Where the only thing that’s holding me back is the money that I don’t have for a start up. However, I am trying to figure out how I can get that money so I can do something that I feel will help people universally I’m dealing with all the things that are left unresolved. Another thing that in also help me realize and practice is the act of gratitude, compassion, empathy, and kindness.

FRIEDA LOPEZ – GRATITUDE GAINED IN 2020

This pandemic also helps me think of many other entrepreneur opportunities that I hope to accomplish in 2021. Where the only thing that’s holding me back is the money that I don’t have for a startup. However, I am trying to figure out how I can get that money to do something that will help people universally. I’m dealing with all the things that are left unresolved. Another thing that also helps me realize and practice is gratitude, compassion, empathy, and kindness. As these things, I attempted to throw out into the world with people I would meet daily everyday errands to survive in this pandemic. The truth of the matter is I may not have dramatically change somebody’s life, but I help them feel that they’re not alone and the feelings that they feel during this pandemic. As in psychology, an illness and a pandemic are deemed a traumatic event that affects someone mentally and emotionally regardless of any problem person will say. And as I believe that things happen for a reason, if we weren’t amid a pandemic, we probably would’ve never caught cancer my aunt had. Which truth of the matter is if we didn’t notice it, we might have lost her in 2020.

If we don’t have the things that we want, be appreciative of the things that we got that we need. As staying alive and still going strong in the second wave, is all the reason to be grateful. I was doing the a tale of COVID-19 unit, it made me realize the additional traumas those patients and the staff members had to endure.

FRIEDA LOPEZ – GRATITUDE GAINED IN 2020

There always was a saying that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder here,” which I feel is relevant and how we see things positively as many of us wallow in sorrow, feeling helpless having no control in something that is out of our control. Beating yourself up is not going to help someone deal with the traumas that we are all facing. If we don’t have the things that we want, be appreciative of the things that we got that we need. Staying alive and still going strong in the second wave is all the reason to be grateful. I was doing the tale of COVID-19 unit. It made me realize the additional traumas those patients and the staff members had to endure. Those who are struggling with the onset symptoms that COVID has left should also find gratitude in the things that they have. As it could be worse, you could no longer be on this earth. And no matter how helpless it seems and how hopeless it might look. Things are never desperate. You might be any temporary setback, but adopting is the primary key to survival. Which once you gain your power regardless of the situation that you’re in. You, too, could be unstoppable.

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Published by Frieda Lopez at Frieda the Writer

Frieda López is the writer for Journey of an Unraveled Road who was born and raised in San Antonio, TX. Through her professional career in Customer Relations and Retail Management, she has utilized her experience and interactions with the behavioral patterns, which was used to start her personal journey with Journey of A Unraveled Road as her debut novel. She has completed philosophy, psychology, and theology courses at San Antonio College as well as creative writing courses. Frieda López has been a lifelong writer since 2nd grade. A survivor of childhood trauma, childhood abuse, and domestic violence, she wrote this piece, which started this book as her personal journey; works from home in San Antonio, TX.

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