What a difference a year makes – 2020 is a year that will be written in history books of many unforgettable moments. That is why it is so special this Thanksgiving holiday to give thanks to our family and friends and to tell them how much they mean to us. Thanksgiving is here, reminding us to reflect on the things that matter most in life.
As we approach the holiday season, and we love this time of the year! Although we may celebrate this year Thanksgiving season differently, it is an opportunity to give thanks, putting us in a festive mood all season long. We want to take the time to express an attitude of gratitude of thankfulness to our patients. Our patients are indeed the focus and heart of our practice! We know there is one BIG thing we have to be grateful for: YOU, our dear patient.
Our whole team of eye care professionals is passionate about providing the very best in eye care to our communities. We know that without you and your support, we wouldn’t be able to realize our passion for providing excellent eye care. You truly make our dreams a reality!
This holiday focuses on gratitude and being thankful. Did you know that people that regularly are thankful are also healthier? An “attitude of gratitude” can provide many health benefits.
According to scientific research from notable psychologists shows that grateful people are more likely to be happy and prosperous. The gratitude effect and grateful people are more likely to do the following:
- Take better care of themselves, mentally and physically.
- Engage in protective health and maintenance.
- Get regular exercise.
- Eat a healthier diet.
- Have improved mental alertness.
- Feel happier.
- Have a strong immune system.
- Be optimistic about the future.
- Cope with daily challenges well.
These benefits should make anyone want to try living a life of gratitude! We are genuinely thankful that we get to support you in all of your eye health needs, and we look forward to continuing to be a part of your lives for years to come.
Thankful for Your Trust,
The Doctors and Staff of Central Florida Eye Specialists