Gratitude means appreciating what we have instead of worrying about what we don’t have. It may sound simple, but cultivating gratitude takes intention and practice. Here are a few of our favorites ways you and your family can grow your gratitude practice together.
The Science Behind the Smiles
Recent research shows there are several benefits to consistently expressing gratitude, including increased happiness, stronger relationships and decreased stress and anxiety. Read on to learn more about why a practice of gratitude is good for you:
Giving Thanks Can Make you Happier (Harvard Medical School)
14 Benefits of Practicing Gratitude According to Science (PositivePsychology.com)
The Science of Gratitude (Greater Good Science Center)