“If a person could do only one thing to increase their health and happiness, expressing gratitude might be it.” Martin Seligman, Positive Psychology Pioneer
Research has proven that people who are Thankful experience:
Better Physical Health
Reduced Feelings of Anxiety and Depression
The good news is that, through a regular gratitude practice, you can build your gratitude muscle and rewire your brain to be optimistic and compassionate, making you feel good.
The more you look, the more you can find to be Thankful for. This positivity can extend to those around you, creating a virtuous cycle.
October is World Mental Health Month and we have developed the 30 Day Thankful Challenge to help you build your gratitude muscle.
Research suggests that a simple gratitude intervention can lead to lasting benefits long after the intervention ends.
So what are you waiting for, start your 30 Day Thankful Challenge today.