Jul 27, 2015-- "Over the past two decades, much of the research on happiness can be boiled down to one main prescription: give thanks. Across hundreds of studies, practicing gratitude has been found to increase positive emotions, reduce the risk of depression, heighten relationship satisfaction, and increase resilience in the face of stressful life events, among other benefits. The problem is, gratitude doesn't always come naturally." In this article, Juliana Breines shares four key research-based principles and strategies for turning gratitude into a lasting habit. (46040 reads)
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Dare to reach out your hand into the darkness, to pull another hand into the light.
Norman B. Rice
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