A regular practice of gratitude brings wellbeing

Dr Larry Berkelhammer explores the correlation between gratitude and wellbeing

Medical science now proves that having an attitude of gratefulness contributes significantly to our wellbeing. People who are grateful tend to be healthier and happier than those who take life for granted. People who go through their day complaining experience higher levels of stress, says Dr Larry Berkelhammer, a retired mind-body medicine psychologist.

Dr. Berkelhammer writes about mindfulness-based practices with a unique emphasis on optimization of wellbeing and health. He is the author of the book In Your Own Hands; New Hope for People with Chronic Medical Conditions

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