There tends to always be so much talk about gratitude near thanksgiving time with children.
But did you know that there are many scientific benefits to practicing gratitude on a consistent basis?
Here are some benefits
* Gratitude improves physical health.
* Gratitude improves psychological
* Gratitude enhances empathy and reduces aggression.
* Grateful people sleep better.
* Gratitude improves self-esteem.
* Gratitude increases mental strength.
Imagine having all these benefits accessible to you as a child?
As parents and teachers, we have the ability to impact children in such a powerful way.
Practicing gratitude consistently will help your child and students develop a more positive mindset.
Gratitude has been proven to be the fastest way to change a person’s perception.
The next time you feel down and need an instant mood booster, think of three things that you are grateful for at that very moment.