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This has been a very emotional, tumultuous and chaotic year, especially for political reasons. But we hope it hasn’t been all bad, especially since many of us are going to have to sit around dinner tables and tell our families what we’re thankful for.
If you had to answer that question right now, what would you say?
(Yes, yes, we know many of you are thinking of a joke or a sarcastic comment, but hold off.)
Gratitude, an appreciation for what you have and what others do, can be a very nice feeling. What has 2017 given you to be genuinely thankful for?
- Emiliana Simon-Thomas Science Director, Greater Good Science Center at the University of California-Berkeley
- Tamara Levitt Author; Head of Content, Calm; @TamaraLevitt
- Debbie Lyn Toomey Nurse;Health & Happiness Specialist; @UHJDebbieLyn
- Guy Winch Psychologist; Author of "The Squeaky Wheel: Complaining the Right Way to Get Results, Improve Your Relationships, and Enhance Self-Esteem";@GuyWinch
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