A gratitude practice 

Thank goodness for gratitude. Science suggests that focusing on what you’re thankful for can increase happiness and diminish negative emotions. Here are a few exercises to help build gratitude into your life. (Female voice)

 

 

 

This copyrighted information is courtesy of Mindful.org and Psychotherapist Elaine Smookler.

Reviewed by Kaiser Permanente Clinical Ambassadors, including Mark Dreskin, MD, Sharon Smith, LPC, and/or David Kane, LCSW. January 2019.
 


Mindful, healthy mind, healthy life

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