How Gratitude Can Change Your Life

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Gratitude. The word even says it itself. What is gratitude to you?

Being thankful for the things you currently have really helped with the way your mind thinks. It makes you think positivity and opens to the world.

Here is a snippet I wrote for my article in Media class about Gratitude. I didn’t want to share my whole post for the purpose of it and for copyright. This is just a little reminder about being grateful.

So grab your mug of coffee or tea and let’s get right into it!

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Gratitude can actually change your life. I’m not kidding!

Being grateful for the things we currently have is one of the best things to improve how we see ourselves and the world.

By doing this, we’re able to appreciate the things you have like family, friends, nature, new people you meet, things you achieved and the list goes on.

It helps improve your self-esteem by appreciating other people’s accomplishments instead of becoming resentful toward people who have greater things like money or a better job. Improves sleep longer and better by just jotting down things you’re grateful for.

It enhances empathy and reduces aggression by behaving in a positive manner even when others are being negative or rude. It reduces toxic emotions like envy, resentment, frustration or regret.

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You can always learn more about gratitude by checking out SimpleTruths.

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