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Why should I keep a "gratitude journal?"

Lisa Marie Rosati
Herbal Medicine

Keeping a Gratitude Journal helps to redirect your mind from negative thinking to positive thinking. The more you concentrate on what's good in your life, the more positive and happy you'll feel. Get my tips on keeping a Gratitude Journal here: http://youtu.be/27Ke0pTedVg.

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)

Try to write a gratitude journal daily - writing three thank you notes a day really does make it less likely that you will suffer depression. Approach every day with an attitude of thankfulness. Impossible expectations lead to sadness.

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