Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate and express gratitude.
The holiday season is associated with giving and of course thank you notes. This season is a reminder that we should feel grateful about being alive, our health, our family, and many other blessings. In fact, we should feel gratitude throughout the entire year.
Thankfulness is indeed associated with optimism, higher vitality, happiness, and success. People who are well-to-do have more to be grateful for.
Research indicates that grateful people tend to be less materialistic and experience less anxiety than others who are less grateful. Keeping a gratitude journal is associated with better physical and mental health.
Grateful people are also more spiritually aware and likely to appreciate the interconnectedness of life.
Here are some tips for increasing your gratitude and thankfulness as well as teaching your kids gratitude. Continue
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