In families with children, giving thanks is no longer something enforced only with thank you notes after Christmas.
Researchers studying gratitude in kids say the early findings indicate that concrete benefits come to kids who literally count their blessings.
Even more, those who are less grateful gain the most from a concerted effort because gratitude works like a muscle. If you take time to recognize good fortune, feelings of appreciation will increase.
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