Last month, my lovely friend Caroline challenged me on Facebook – every day for 30 days I must try and be grateful for three things and post it every day.
Apparently, it takes over double 30 days to make a habit stick and if I can do it so can you. I am willing to give this a go with my blog readers too. So this led me to this post :
30 days of being Grateful
The science of Gratitude
- The first group kept a diary of the events that occurred during the day without being told specifically to write about either good or bad things.
- Second of the groups was told to record their unpleasant experiences,
- Group 3 was instructed to make a daily list of things for which they were grateful.
The Results of being grateful
- More creative.
- They bounce back more quickly from adversity
- have a stronger immune system
- And have stronger social relationships than those who don’t practice gratitude.
He further points out that “To say we feel grateful is not to say that everything in our lives is necessarily great. It just means we are aware of our blessings.”
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