Grateful teens face less risk of mental health problems

by Dave Sabat on August 7, 2012

Teens often times forget how fortunate they are for having simple things and now a new study is suggesting that teens who are grateful can improve their mental health and as gratitude increases, so do life satisfaction, happiness, positive attitudes, hope and even academic performance.

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“Gratefulness allows us to understand what matters most to us and translate that to a broader goal,” said Bono.

Be happy and grateful for the things you sometimes take for granted,

Dave.

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Dave Sabat
My name's Dave Sabat DCH DHP SQHP and I am a full-time Clinical Hypnotherapist. Be happy, it's easier than you think.
learn hypnosis October 4, 2012 at 4:55 am

I remember years ago being told by parents and teachers to always have an attitude of gratitude and the same holds true today. I try to teach my teens to be thankful for everything in their lives, including all of the simple things we might take for granted. I do find it makes them more serious, attentive and appreciative than many other teens their ages.

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