An Attitude of Gratitude

Written by: | November 25, 2014

Have you ever been at a birthday party where the birthday child opened a gift and clearly displayed that it wasn’t what they wanted? It causes you to cringe and sink into your chair, especially if it’s your own child. The action (or inaction) of displaying an attitude of...
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Helping Your Kids Express Everyday Gratitude

Written by: | September 18, 2014

Finding ways to grumble and complain is easy.  Choosing to look for ways to express gratitude can seem like one of those dreaded last chance workouts on the hit series, The Biggest Loser. Disciplining ourselves in any area takes work; whether it be eating healthier, exercising, reading our Bible...
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Living a Life of Gratitude

Written by: | August 7, 2014

Brené Brown, a popular psychology researcher and blogger who has studied emotions for almost 15 years, discovered that joyful people practice gratitude. In one of her books, she talks at length about the connection between the practice of gratitude and happy, content, and joyful feelings. In other words, people...
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