An Attitude of Gratitude
What are you grateful for?
Embracing all that we have and being truly grateful leaves little room for dwelling on what we might perceive as a lack. Gratitude for the connection we have with others, no matter if it is short or long, for our homes, big or small, our holiday fair, a snack or a feast.
Gratitude simply invites more opportunities of contentment, joy and feeling blessed.
Studies have shown that being grateful can improve; relationships, self-esteem, mental strength, physical & psychological health, enhance empathy and reduce aggression.
Share with us in the comments below! - What are you grateful for today?
Check out Amy Morin’s article “7 Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Gratitude That Will Motivate You To Give Thanks Year-Round” at forbes.com for more info on the benefits of gratitude.
5/12/2018 09:38:47 am
Support. What a fabulous topic.
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