Gratitude blocks resentment, envy and regret, and it helps prevent depression. Practice gratitude for good mental health. Write down three things or people you’re grateful for every day. Carry an object with you to remind yourself to be grateful. Focus on all you have and why you appreciate it. You will feel better, sleep better, and enjoy life much more.
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