It’s important to put the “thanks” in Thanksgiving for more reasons than you think!
This time of year, we are reminded of all we have to be thankful for. Not only is it good for the soul, but new research shows it is good for your physical and mental health!
Be thankful for the benefits
Robert Emmons, a Psychology professor at the University of California Davis, did a study to determine if there are benefits to being grateful.
He divided the study’s participants into three groups: