“Cultivating an attitude of gratitude has been linked to better health, sounder sleep, less anxiety and depression, higher long term satisfaction with life and kinder behaviour to others, including romantic partners,” Tierny says in todays article in the New York Times. One study stated that writing just one sentence of five things you are grateful for once a week made people happier and more optomistic than the control group. They also reported fewer physical problems, slept longer at night and were also less aggressive.
Something to think about during the stressful holidays.
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