By M. J. Ryan
Ryan states, “Research has confirmed the emotional and physical benefits of giving thanks.”
When we are thankful, fear and anger disappear. Additionally, she believes that more gifts come to us when we are grateful; it is a powerful change agent.
She provides 60 essays to help readers identify and incorporate gratitude in their lives. Practices of gratitude include daily exercise and being grateful “in spite of.” Included are anecdotal stories of how people have opened themselves to the fulfillment of gratitude and become more alive in the present moment.
Are you ready for more joy in your life? Try one of these suggestions, such as a gratitude journal, and see what happens!
If you have a book you’d like reviewed or have an old favorite you’d like to share with others, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org