This post is pretty simple.
Take a moment, and look around.
Your family and friends could use a “thank you.” Not just a general one, either. Think about something they’ve done and let them know, in three sentences, what you are thankful for.
Then, when you have a moment, thank yourself. You’ve gotten this far, and regardless of the trials that this year has shown you, you got this far.
Being “better” can wait until tomorrow.
Today, just appreciate who you are.