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Struggling? Practice Gratitude.

Gratitude plays a significant role in mental health.


People who frequently express gratitude tend to be happier than others,

even if their life circumstances are more challenging.


Those who practice gratitude regularly report lower blood pressure, stronger immune systems, less loneliness and isolation, and higher levels of positive emotions.


Gratitude has also been shown to relieve symptoms of stress, depression,

and post-traumatic stress.


Practicing gratitude leads to an improved quality of life and well-being

as well as greater relationship satisfaction and commitment.


Use these five strategies to increase gratitude:


1. Write a list of things you are grateful for each day

2. Ask others what they are grateful for

3. Incorporate expressions of gratitude into your daily routine

4. Post what you are grateful for on your social media page

5. When facing a difficult or challenging situation, ask yourself,

“What can I be grateful for in this situation?”

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