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A three part blog series on gratitude from

  1. The first post, “I’m Grateful, but Not Necessarily Content,”covers the relationship between gratitude and contentment. It’s easy to feel grateful when things are going our way and we have the best of the best, but it’s a lot harder to feel grateful when we’re not where we want to be, or we long for something we don’t yet have.
  2. The second post, “Three Ways to Boost Your Attitude of Gratitude,”discusses actionable steps you can take every day to enhance your attitude of gratitude. Just like anything else, gratitude takes practice. It might feel silly to have to remind yourself to be grateful, but after time it will become a way of life instead of something you need to work on.
  3. The third post, “Guilt-Free Gratitude” explores the relationship between gratitude and guilt. A lot of people think there’s a right and wrong way to be grateful. They feel guilty for being grateful for material things, and think they should only be grateful for basic needs. But any type of gratitude is GOOD, and the more things you’re grateful for, the better.


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