Gratitude is a powerful thing. Research shows it can reduce depression, enhance resilience and improve relationship satisfaction.
Gratitude is also hard. Just like anything else worth doing — playing piano, ballroom dancing or sinking a long putt — it takes practice.
That’s why we love these four strategies for cultivating gratitude from the Greater Good Science Center. Give one a try today and let us know how it goes.
One way to practice gratitude: give thanks for your colleagues like administrative director Deb Larson, Wellness Screen director Sarah Bassing-Sutton, and executive director Rosangela Berbert do.