Research supports the benefits of gratitude. We know it affects our happiness and our health. Studies continue to link gratitude with life satisfaction. How can we move our kids away from entitlement and more toward gratitude. Here are three reminders to keep you moving in that direction...Read More
Teaching gratitude to our kids is a vital skill in helping children develop emotionally and socially. Nurturing gratitude will not only benefit your child now, but down the road. According to a study at the University of California at Davis, grateful people report higher levels of happiness and optimism, and lower levels of stress and depression.
After studying thousands of individuals, researchers have identified the benefits of gratitude on our hearts, minds and bodies.
- Stronger immune systems
- Less bothered by aches and pains
- Lower blood pressure
- Exercise more and take better care of their health
- Sleep longer and feel more rested upon waking