Gratitude! Helping You Reduce Stress

Are you open to ways to reduce stress and anxiety naturally? Take a closer look at gratitude. That’s right: gratitude! Helping you reduce stress is that simple.

Research in the field of positive psychology suggests many benefits for gratitude. Benefits include helping people cope with daily problems such as stress and anxiety.

When you decide that you’re ready to take a positive step to reduce stress and anxiety, one place to start is looking at your life.

Pause for a moment. You can start with just a quick moment.

Look at your life. Your life as it is, today. So you can started getting benefits immediately!

What are you grateful for that you might be taking for granted?

Perhaps you have work that you enjoy. Your work may provide an outlet for your talents and income to provide for material needs.

Who are you grateful for that you might be taking for granted?

Maybe you help people in some way as you go through your day. Those people may  help you to feel like you’re making a difference in the world.

Invest five minutes in thinking about what and who you’re grateful for — and why.

Make a point of choosing three.

Tonight, as you prepare to sleep, reflect on the three you’ve chosen for a moment. Allow yourself to feel grateful!

When you’re looking for ways to reduce stress and anxiety naturally, simply sit down and spend a little bit of time pondering what you’re grateful for. Refresh yourself with gratitude. That’s right: gratitude! Helping you reduce stress.

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Cynthia Ann Leighton

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