Feeling grateful is good for your brain health, positive psychologists say

 
Feeling grateful is good for your health

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Feeling grateful is good for you brain health, positive psychologists say

Gratitude tasks, like keeping a gratitude diary or writing a thank you note, help you feel better and reduce depression. The more you practice gratitude, the more you become aware of it and the more you can appreciate its psychological benefits. Thanks for reading this post 🙂 HEALTH

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