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‘Tis the Season to be Thankful

It’s that time of year, the time of year to reflect on all that we have to be thankful for. Thanksgiving will be here before we know it, and we are often too caught up in who is cooking which side dish to take the time needed to be grateful for all that we have. With the rest of the year flying by this Thanksgiving, take a moment to pause and find gratitude in life. You might find the secret power gratitude has on our health and well-being. Here at Strive, we teach that to become a strong leader; you must first focus on becoming a strong individual. Let’s see how gratitude can help.

Gratitude Reduces Stress

One of the most well-known benefits of gratitude is its ability to reduce stress. Gratitude is a crucial factor in coping with stressful situations. One study found that individuals who wrote about things they were grateful for were better able to cope with stressful tasks than those who did not write about gratitude. Sounds like magic.

Gratitude Improves Sleep

A good night’s sleep is essential for our health and well-being. But did you know that gratitude can help improve your sleep? Studies have shown that people who practice gratitude are more likely to have better sleep quality and duration. One study even found that participants who kept a gratitude journal slept better and longer than others.

Gratitude Increases Happiness

Happiness is a state of mind that we all strive to achieve. We often seek happiness in materialistic things, but we don’t realize that true happiness comes from within. Gratitude is one of the simplest ways to increase happiness. When we are grateful for what we have, we are more likely to be content and satisfied with our lives. A study published in the Journal of Positive Psychology found that participants who practice gratitude reported higher levels of satisfaction and well-being. So next time you’re feeling down, try practicing gratitude and see how it makes you feel!

Gratitude has many benefits for our health and well-being. From reducing stress to improving sleep to increasing happiness, gratitude is a powerful tool we can all use to improve our lives. So this Thanksgiving, take a moment to be grateful for all you have. Your mind, body, and soul will thank you!

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