September 23, 2013

Gratitude

In an experimental comparison, those who kept gratitude journals on a weekly basis exercised more regularly, reported fewer physical symptoms, felt better about their lives as a whole, and were more optimistic about the upcoming week compared to those who recorded hassles or neutral life events (Emmons & McCullough, 2003). - See more at: http://brainchildblog.com/mindup-lesson-13-expressing-gratitude/#sthash.7wsVJ4u8.dpuf

In an experimental comparison, those who kept gratitude journals on a weekly basis exercised more regularly, reported fewer physical symptoms, felt better about their lives as a whole, and were more optimistic about the upcoming week compared to those who recorded hassles or neutral life events (Emmons & McCullough, 2003).  


 Other words for gratitude could be; appreciate, thankful, love, love, love.

In an experimental comparison, those who kept gratitude journals on a weekly basis exercised more regularly, reported fewer physical symptoms, felt better about their lives as a whole, and were more optimistic about the upcoming week compared to those who recorded hassles or neutral life events (Emmons & McCullough, 2003). - See more at: http://brainchildblog.com/mindup-lesson-13-expressing-gratitude/#sthash.7wsVJ4u8.dpuf

In an experimental comparison, those who kept gratitude journals on a weekly basis exercised more regularly, reported fewer physical symptoms, felt better about their lives as a whole, and were more optimistic about the upcoming week compared to those who recorded hassles or neutral life events (Emmons & McCullough, 2003). - See more at: http://brainchildblog.com/mindup-lesson-13-expressing-gratitude/#sthash.7wsVJ4u8.dpuf

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