Why Practice Gratitude?

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This article comes from UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center. There is enough reading here to keep you busy for a LONG time ... but remember this is about practice, not just reading.

 

Why Practice Gratitude?

Over the past decade, hundreds of studies have documented the social, physical, and psychological benefits of gratitude. The research suggests these benefits are available to most anyone who practices gratitude, even in the midst of adversity, such as elderly people confronting death, women with breast cancer, and people coping with a chronic muscular disease. Here are some of the top research-based reasons for practicing gratitude.

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