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Cultivating Gratitude

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When it comes to cultivating gratitude, many of us intuitively know that it feels good to reflect on what we’re grateful for and to share our appreciation with others.

Research also shows that practicing gratitude significantly improves our health and happiness. A study by Emmons and McCullogh (2003) split participants into three groups.

They asked one group to write about things they were grateful for throughout their week, asked the second to write about hassles, and asked the third to write about neutral life events.

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