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A Grateful School is A Happy One

Nicole Cardoza

Practicing gratitude increases students’ positive emotions and optimism, decreases their negative emotions and physical symptoms, and makes them feel more connected and satisfied with school and with life in general, particularly younger kids or kids in high-risk situations.

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  • Hillary Newman

    I feel like you could swap out "school" for any community, like office, family, friend group, etc, and this statement would still ring true!

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      Ya wondering how you practice gratitude in your yoga classes for kids, Nicole!