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Practicing gratitude has far-reaching effects, from improving our mental health to boosting our relationships with others.
Gratitude can be difficult to practice, but you can gain a lot from making it an everyday part of your life.
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«Watch Your Language!: Your Inner Critic does not get the last word. Change how you talk to yourself and you’ll change how you feel.»
Bringing a little gratitude into our lives can make us remember that we have so much to be thankful for. Here's how to express gratitude daily.
Although practising gratitude is seen as a positive practice, forcing gratitude could lead to gratitude traps. These traps could have a detrimental impact on your wellbeing.
«Comparative gratitude is an attempt to make us feel better about ourselves, but it does not help us to see the positives in our lives.»
Two psychology researchers detail the connection between gratitude and well-being.
“It is so easy to give, so exquisitely rewarding. Receiving, on the other hand, if it be well done, requires a fine balance of self-knowledge and kindness.”
«the art of receiving — an art truer and more tender, for it requires not an exercise of the ego but its exorcism.»
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