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Editorial: The science of gratitude
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28 December 2020
On 28 December 2020 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported:
What does it mean to be grateful? Researchers are uncovering links between feeling grateful and expressing gratitude and other positive emotions, including joy and optimism. This can also correlate with a greater sense of purpose in life; higher quality, mutually supportive relationships; and lower levels of negative emotions including shame and depression. One study even reports that grateful people tend to sleep better at night.
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