Giving Thanks is Good for Your Health
Research suggests that maintaining an "attitude of gratitude" can improve one's mind (psychological being), heart (emotional being) & body (physical being).
Grateful people have: more energy, more positivity, more social connections and more happiness than those who do not. They earn more money, sleep more soundly, exercise more regularly and have greater resistance to viral infections.
Researchers are finding that an "attitude of gratitude" has similar benefits in children and adolescents too. Kids who are thankful tend to be less materialistic, get better grades, set higher goals, complain of fewer headaches and stomach aches, and are happier with their friends and families.
Take the 30 day challenge:
Spend time at the end of each day or at some time during the day to thank the Lord for 5 blessings in your life (people, events, activities, characteristics of God's nature, creation, etc.).
Notice how your "attitude of gratitude" affects your mind, heart & body.
What are you experiencing? What changes do you see?
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