Piglet noticed that even though he had a Very Small Heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude.
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How Cultural Differences Shape Gratitude

How Cultural Differences Shape Gratitude

Aug 11, 2019-- "Most of what we know about it [gratitude] comes from studying Americans--and, specifically, the mainly white American college students from the campuses where researchers work. That creates a cultural bias in the science, and that's why more and more researchers are exploring what gratitude looks and feels like in a range of cultures." This article shares more. (7291 reads)


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