do you feel thankful for the good things in your
life? There are
new studies that suggest making a habit of noticing what's going well in your
life could have health benefits.
We also know that by just taking the time to feel and express gratitude
that it may improve your emotional well-being by helping you cope with stress.
In this interactive and informative program attendees will
self-examine their practice of gratitude and will learn more of the benefits of
creating a practice of gratitude in their daily lives.
secret of happiness is to count your blessings while others are adding up their
troubles." ~William Penn
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