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As Thanksgiving in the U.S. approaches, and with Canada’s holiday having just passed, many of us are thinking about what we’re thankful for.
It’s easy to focus on the not-so-great things in life, especially if you have depression or some other debilitating illness. But changing the way you think about these things can improve your mental and physical well-being.
Research has shown that people with an ongoing tendency to be grateful are physically and mentally healthier than those who lack this trait. Their well-being is fueled by optimism and actively engaging in life. Thankful people are less susceptible to depression, anxiety, anger, and other negative emotions.
This Thanksgiving, take advantage of the ability to let your loved ones know how thankful you are to have them in your life.
Source: Psychology Today
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