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As we weave the practice of gratitude into the fabric of our lives we are building our “gratitude muscles”  and contributing to a world that works for others, our kids, ourselves and the environment.



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The Story of how Gratitude Leads to Hooray for Parenting!

In my long career as a psychotherapist and executive coach, I have always been inspired by new research and new insights into making a difference in peoples’ wellbeing and happiness. So when I discovered the new research on gratitude I began to read everything about it that I could get my hands on. 

I used to think of gratitude as politeness, manners and a warm good feeling when nice things happened for me.  It was about doing the right thing and insisting that my kids write thank you notes.


But then I began to understand gratitude as a deeper, more complex phenomenon than the simple art of saying thank you.  I realized that cultivating a regular practice of gratitude and weaving it into every aspect of life contributes to

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