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Gratitude at Home and Work May Lead to Longer, Better Life

Neale Godfrey muses for Forbes over the overall life benefits to gratitude. And it is not that hard a case to make. Pervasive thanklessness creates stress, which at work reduces productivity and morale and increases safety concerns. Stress increases risk of sickness in general. When people are taught to be grateful (and indeed, gratefulness is a quality that must be taught from a young age), they are better equipped to cooperate well with others. For the full story on these concepts, you can view Godfrey’s article here:

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