Studies show that people who keep gratitude journals produce 23% less stress hormone, are 41% less at risk of developing depression, and may even be slimmer – those who end the day by counting their blessings intake 25% less dietary fat.[i]
“[Gratitude] builds up a sort of psychological immune system that can cushion us when we fall,” writes gratitude scholar Robert Emmons[ii] (watch him below as he introduces the concept of conscious gratitud...
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