Giving Thanks and Being in Gratitude

Giving Thanks and Being in Gratitude


Gratitude is a very important component of your health.

Here’s 16 of the long list of benefits:

  • Reduce depression
  • Get promotions at work
  • Improve self-esteem
  • Increase energy
  • Develop a strong immune system
  • Decrease blood pressure
  • Increase sleep quality
  • Reduce and cope with negative stress
  • Eat healthier
  • Have deeper friendships
  • Increase productivity
  • Improve job performance
  • Become more likable
  • Reach goals faster
  • Reduce negative emotions such as envy, hatred, and anger
  • Increase positive emotions such as love and empathy

Do we need the whole list? One of our clients Myriam told me “I know that Gratitude increases my feelings of happiness and wellbeing and that is enough to practice it. What are your thoughts?

Thanksgiving month is the perfect time to increase our gratitude for the many blessings we have.

“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” -Cicero

There are many ways to increase gratitude in our lives. One of the best ways is to start a gratitude journal.


But let’s face it- many of us won’t commit to doing that. So, let us make this simple. Let us improve our spirit of thanksgiving and gratitude right now, whatever we are doing, wherever we are, even if we are not celebrating Thanksgiving.

And do not forget that our Brain Peak Performance Training, either at home or at our Center, allows you to erase traumas/PTSD and anxiety, while easily managing stress and improving the quality of sleep. It has never been so easy to eliminate negative thoughts and to gain the many benefits mentioned above.

Gratitude will come naturally!

Call us now or book a consultation from our website and talk to me. We can help!

Dr. Danielle

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