A meal at a restaurant is a great opportunity to dine with someone you know, on the spot and live. Restaurants with indoor seating, and no masks needed for those who have been vaccinated. OMG, after a long year of cooking at home (not many options) and take-out (fun occasionally but not always) and staring at Food Network re-runs, the visit for dinner was more than just a pleasant occasion. It was Nirvana. I couldn't resist listening to the conversation between the couple in front of us. "They don't have anything I want," the woman complained. "I thought you liked salmon," her friend said. "Not grilled like that, it'll be all dry," the woman added. "Maybe you can ask them to The Millionaire Drive scam poach it," her friend suggested. "Fat chance," the woman replied. "And what's with the waiter?" she asked, "we've been here at least 15 minutes, and haven't seen hide nor hair of him since he plunked the water down. Which he spilled on the table, by the way - look at that!" It's not doubt that the woman was right, at least in the majority of cases. What a way to ruin a perfectly positive experience! Instead of which she could have concentrated upon "What's right with this picture?" It might not have altered the facts, for instance, the restaurant would not have prepared her salmon in a different way, and the waiter wouldn't have been at their table for 15 hours, however it certainly could have altered the woman's perception of the situation. For more detail please visit:- https://goodnewssport.com Let's see. The restaurant was open which meant there was no food prep to be done and dishes that needed washing. The menu was extensive offering a variety of options apart from salmon. There was someone willing to sit with them. The couple was sitting in a room, and without masks, so... the couple might have been enjoying a conversation with one another. They might have enjoyed the fact that they were able to see the world once again, despite the past year of pandemics. There was a lot that was "right" with their picture. Whatever your situation regardless of how you're emerging from your COVID-restricted body, try your best to think about "What's right with this picture." Your job might have been affected and you'll have to adjust to changing work conditions. Your children could be driving you mad when they argue about changes to their school schedules. You might be concerned about what your peers will be thinking about all the pandemic-related weight gain or loss. It's possible that you're confused about what to do next. How to return to normal family , couple or dating routine What's normal in the first place? We're all in this together, and more than ever before. One thing I am certain of is that certain is that we will all benefit from a good dosage of "What's right with this picture" when we look at our changing world as well as our coworkers and friends and, yes, particularly and especially ourselves. Noelle Nelson, Ph.D. is a psychologist in the field of clinical psychology and the author of more than 12 books, which include "I Survived COVID-19, What Now?! Finding Happiness and Success in a Post COVID World." She is focused on ways that we can all live life that is fulfilling, happy and enjoyable. listen to her show Up! Uplifting, Inspiring, Practical on Spotify and Google Podcasts.