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Write a letter of gratitude to someone, even if you never send the message. The positive effects this has on the brain can last for months.
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The practice involves writing down things for which you are grateful. Researchers say it is more impactful to write in detail about one particular thing than to jot down a superficial list of things.
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Practicing gratitude is good for our mental and physical health.
Several scientific studies show that there is a deep neural connection between gratitude and giving. When we're grateful, our brains become more charitable.
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We don't have to feel grateful in order to give thanks. Acting grateful can make you grateful.
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Spend 5 to 10 minutes at the end of each day writing in detail about three things that went well that day, large or small, and also describing why you think they happened.
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