Rewiring Your Brain for Positivity with ‘Mature Gratitude’
Take your gratitude practice to the next level through acts of kindness, being thankful, and savoring the little things in life.
There are many things to be thankful for — despite our unique circumstances and the chaos of the world around us.
But it’s so easy to get caught up in negative thinking and focus on what we don’t have versus what we do.
Robert A. Emmons, PhD, professor of psychology at the University of California, Davis, and renowned expert in gratitude research, describes gratitude as a practice of recognizing the good in our lives or that which we might take for granted.
You can learn how to rewire your brain for positive thinking with “mature gratitude” and reap the benefits of developing your own practice.