Write it in your heart that every day is the best day of the year ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Have you ever wondered how people who seem to have so little can seem so grateful? How do parents of a terminally ill child or victims of violent crime still have a gracious heart? Do you have a gracious heart and an attitude of gratitude when you are having the WORST. DAY. EVER? We know it isn't easy, but science tells us that it's worth the effort to try to increase our gratitude skills.
Here are four strategies to help increase your gratitude:
Gratitude is a skill that can be learned. And it's one that can help us experience more joy and have a deeper appreciation for the little things in life. And those things are both good for our health!
Most recent update: 1/25/2018
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