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Why Is Gratitude Important For Recovery, Success, Mental Health And More?
The question people were asked is – Why is it important to practice gratitude? How has gratitude helped make your life better? Personal stories welcome, along with arguments backed by science. Visit https://outwittrade.com/why-is-gratitude-important and read what other people are saying about how “gratitude” has affected their recovery.
Here is what some people have already shared on the OutwitTrade.com site:
….. Gratitude helps you stay happier, reduces stress, increases positivity, makes you feel better about yourself and this eventually improves your emotional life. …. –Fahim L
…..We don’t chose our mindset consciously, but we can purposely decide to change it. You can train your brain to be more optimistic, and gratitude is definitely one of my favorite tools. I would lie if I told you I practice gratitude every single day of my life, but I try to do it 3-4 times a week, because its benefits come with a consistent practice. It mostly helps me avoid too much stress and emotional tension. It reminds me how important it is to focus on what I have rather than on what I don’t have…. –Ramon Z
…… We’re often told to focus on gratitude to have a happier life. I’m all for that, but the normal, usual ways just don’t work for me. For example, journaling about gratitude just ends up with me writing the same entries day after day because what I’m grateful for day in day out just doesn’t change that much. One day, I realized I could be grateful any way I wanted. I immediately burst into song with “I love my life, oh I lov-a my life. It’s a wonderful life. Yeah! Yeah! I love my life. Yeah! Now, I sing my gratitude. …… –Lisa H
Now it’s your turn. Do you practice gratitude? If not, now might be the time.