Day 2979: Cheer the F*ck Up

In last night’s Coping and Healing group, as people discussed how to cheer the f*ck up during this f*cking pandemic, somebody shared this coloring book:

How do you cheer the f*ck up these days? People in my groups cheer the f*ck up by

  • practicing mindfulness,
  • venting,
  • setting healthy boundaries,
  • swearing,
  • crying,
  • laughing
  • accepting all feelings, and
  • realizing they are not alone.

Do any of today’s photos help you cheer the f*ck up?

After a long working day, I cheer the f*ck up with Michael’s cooking.

I find this when I search YouTube for “Cheer the f*ck up” …

… and this:

Gratitude helps me cheer the f*ck up, so thanks to all who help me create this daily blog, including YOU.

Categories: group therapy, life during the pandemic, personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 15 Comments

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15 thoughts on “Day 2979: Cheer the F*ck Up

  1. OK, I will be happy today, Ann.

  2. I love that wish! And I already am cheerful reading your post and sitting in my classroom surrounded baby dinosaurs, waiting for my kinder to arrive

  3. The first landscape with the extraordinarily sky does cheer the f*ck up.

  4. This is a great message for first thing in the morning and at the end of the day I’ll bookend it with an equally great message.

  5. puella33

    I try to cheer up by looking to the near future when things will be better. There has to be some hope.

  6. F*cking great post! Love that meditation!

  7. I painted an old bookcase that was basically garbage, and it looks pretty good. That cheered me up.

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