Gratitude is Good for You

Evidence suggests that people who experience and practice gratitude are happier.† They sleep more soundly, have fewer medical problems, and report strong relationships with friends and family. Hofstra University researchers expanded the research to show how gratitude brings many benefits to children and adolescents.† Grateful kids are overall more satisfied with their friends and family,…

Forgiveness

Holding a grudge is hard work and stressful.† Forgiveness lightens your load and allows you to put your energies where it really matters. There is growing research about the negative health effects of prolonged anger and bitterness. Ruminating on what others have said to you or have done to you is not healthy in the…