Gratitude affects our brain, our body and our mind - and its effects are long lasting.
- Improves relationships
- Improves psychological health
- Improves physical health
- Reduces pain
- Improves sleep quality
- Supports stress regulation
- Reduces anxiety and depression
- Enhances empathy
- Reduces aggression
- Improves self-esteem
- Increases mental toughness
Studies suggest that writing in a gratitude journal three times per week might actually have
greater impact than journaling every day. Note - the physical record is important (don’t just
do this in your head).
What are you grateful for? Write it down.
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