Oct 30, 2013-- "Consider this: Negative attitudes are bad for you. And gratitude, it turns out, makes you happier and healthier. If you invest in a way of seeing the world that is mean and frustrated, you're going to get a world that is, well, more mean and frustrating. But if you can find any authentic reason to give thanks, anything that is going right with the world or your life, and put your attention there, then statistics say you're going to be better off." This article draws from contemporary neuroscience to make a compelling case for an attitude of gratitude. It also offers up three simple practices we can adopt to help build this important muscle. (123818 reads)
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Nancy Reader Campion's Aunt Grace
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