If you've ever been treated, you know how wonderful that feels. If you're the receiver you feel grateful, thankful, appreciated. And if you're the giver you feel more connected and awesome to have made a positive impact.
In case you didn't know this already, there is real science behind the attitude of gratitude. The Wall Street Journal (November 2014) shared the positive impacts of gratitude noting first and foremost "gratitude is the glue that holds communities together." Based on the article, it seems it has many other individual benefits as well.Read More