I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget how you made them feel.
With all the uncertainty going on in the world, you may have to look a little harder to find the good things that are happening. Yet finding joy may be easier than you think, and it all starts with practicing gratitude.
There is growing research on the health benefits of expressing gratitude. According to Psychology Today, practicing gratitude improves physical and psychological health, opens the door to more relationships, enhances empathy and reduces aggression, improves self-esteem and mental strength, and can even help you sleep better.
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I am grateful that I am able to see the positives in the challenges that arise.
I am grateful for the mentors in my life.
As a family, we are going to incorporate the practice of saying at least one thing we are grateful for when sitting down to dinner.
I enjoyed the day 8 suggestion of giving a compliment! Giving a compliment is a great way to get out of myself as well as make someone else smile and or feel recognized. I think it's an awesome way to express gratitude! I will try to practice it more!
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