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Gratitude – A Path to Greater Health and Well-Being

Written for the Maryland University of Integrated Health Gratitude Tuesday Blog 
Continued research in the science of gratitude illustrates many health and well-being benefits are derived from a deliberate and sustained practice. Deliberately practicing gratitude includes regularly and mindfully reflecting, expressing, and receiving that which “affirms the goodness in life and recognizes goodness outside ourselves.” Sustaining a practice of gratitude comes from this continued focus over time, resulting in a greater acknowledgment of what you are grateful for, how often you feel grateful, and how deeply you feel grateful. Hence, a greater disposition toward gratitude.

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