Gratitude, or thankfulness, is not just to make other people feel good. Gratitude makes you feel good—happier and more empathetic—too! Gratitude isn’t reserved for just big things, either. Feeling thankful for small things is just as powerful: a loving hug, a puppy’s soft fur, or the warming taste of a bowl of soup. The important part is to stop and notice what you have to be grateful for. When you do, you and your family will be putting yourselves in a good position to face challenges with hope and inner strength.
The resources in this bundle will . . .
- Give you ideas for how to focus on the positive things in life,
- suggest strategies to discover and express feelings of thankfulness, and
- offer activity ideas to grow gratitude in your family.