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GRATITUDE ATTITUDE

"It is not the happy people who are grateful...
It is the grateful people who are happy"
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Gratitude Attitude 

Activity #1

Thank you letter,

for the people that make life better

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Gratitude Attitude Activity #2

One week gratitude diary - reflecting on the good

BENEFITS OF THE ACTIVITIES

We often adapt easily to improving circumstances and end up taking them for granted. This means we get less pleasure from them. But gratitude exercises can help to counteract this adaptation through consciously appreciating and connecting with the good and bringing it to the forefront of our attention.

 

Practicing gratitude has been linked to:

  • Peace of mind

  • Increased happiness

  • Improved health

  • Better relationships

  • Increased self-esteem

  • Lower levels of anxiety

 

When we are thankful for someone else’s actions we can create better relationships and build a feeling of community. When we are thankful for our own actions, it can boost our self-esteem.