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This Ridiculously Simple Change to How You Say Thank You Will Make It Much More Effective

By Minda Zetlin

UC Berkeley's Emiliana Simon-Thomas says "Gratitude 1-2-3" has big benefits for both you and those you thank.

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Mom Talk: The Many Gifts of Parenting with a Disability

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How to Be Thankful When You Don’t Feel Thankful

Gratitude isn’t a feeling that materializes in response to your circumstances. It is a practice. And even if you feel that you have little to be grateful for ... you can—and should—engage in it. Thankfulness has been strongly and consistently shown to raise human beings’ happiness.

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Finding Joy and Gratitude Even During the Toughest Times

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14 Health Benefits of Practicing Gratitude According to Science

Throughout this article, you will discover that expressing gratitude reduces stress, increases optimism, and changes your brain.

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The Healing Power of Gratitude for Cancer Survivors

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