Gratitude

Gratitude

Wellbeing Interventions
This is one of the most frequently used interventions which is easy to do and can potentially make a huge difference. Count your blessings: daily, three times a week, or weekly (whatever works for you) write down 3-5 things you are grateful for (Emmons & McCullough, 2003). After writing down what you are grateful, amplify your wellbeing by reflecting on the reasons why you are grateful for all these things (Seligman et al., 2006) On the way from work, especially after having a challenging day, reflect about WWW (what went well) for you (Waters, 2015). Write a gratitude letter to someone you  are grateful to and never got a chance to tell them. Deliver it to them in person (Froh et al., 2009). Start a meeting at work by reflecting…
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