There is growing evidence that being grateful may not only bring good feelings—it may also lead to better health.
All grateful feelings aren't created equal—it matters when, how, and toward whom you practice gratitude.
Today, more and more health care organizations are finding that a culture of thankfulness is good for their staff—and their patients.
Close relationships require sacrifice. Here are seven questions to ask yourself before you give up too much.
Here's a way to be thankful all year long.
Are you truly grateful for the good things in your life—or do you take them for granted?
Robert Emmons offers everyday tips for living a life of gratitude.
Jason Marsh and Jill Suttie offer added incentives to get into the holiday spirit.