Putting the “Thanks” in Thanksgiving
Updated: May 8
Have you ever attended a thanksgiving dinner where guests around the table were asked to share what they were most thankful for? This is a common Thanksgiving tradition, but thankfulness shouldn’t be relegated only to the Thanksgiving holiday. It isn’t always easy to conjure up feelings of gratitude, especially during difficult times. Nevertheless, cultivating an attitude of thankfulness and happiness has been scientifically proven to improve our physical and emotional well-being. Since the Thanksgiving holiday is upon us, we at Children’s Wellness Center wanted to share our top tips for nurturing a spirit of gratitude in our children all year long.